Welcome to the Coastal Bend Audubon Society!

 

The Coastal Bend of Texas has one of the most diverse and abundant bird populations in North America.  Situated next to the largest hypersaline lagoon and longest stretch of undeveloped barrier island on earth, it is a unique area where tropical meets sub-tropical, sea meets semi-arid land, and two major flyways converge.  The Coastal Bend Audubon Society is committed to conserving, protecting, and promoting the wildlife and habitat of our remarkable little corner of Texas.

 

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BIRDING NEWS FROM AROUND THE WEB

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The first Whooping Cranes of the winter have arrived at the Aransas Wildlife Refuge. Whoop - Whoop!!
Library photo courtesy of Jim Sells

https://www.victoriaadvocate.com/counties/aransas/whooping-cranes-land-on-the-texas-coast/article_dea06752-d6dd-11e8-8ff6-df7bed6ae3c8.html

Keep an eye out for banded Brown Pelicans!  Clemson researchers seek the public's help in spotting Gulf pelicans.....

http://newsstand.clemson.edu/mediarelations/clemson-researchers-seek-publics-help-in-spotting-gulf-pelicans/

 

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