Our mission: To increase our community's awareness of the natural world and the need for its preservation through education and the active enjoyment of birds and other wildlife.
Our next meeting will be on
Thursday, April 17, 2014
City of Huntsville Service Center
448 Hwy. 75 North
6:30 Light Supper
7:00 Program VISITORS WELCOME!
Construction of the Jack Prouty Memorial Bird Blind is almost complete! Our construction manager, James Shelley and his students at Gulf Coast Trades Center built most of the blind at the Center and last week they transported the sections to Huntsville State Park for assembly. In just a few days, the project will be completed and we will make plans for a formal dedication. Many thanks to everyone who donated their time, talents, materials and money to this project.
If you would like to become a new member of The National Audubon Society, please click on the logo below. You will be taken to an online form where you can enter your information and pay by credit card for your membership. This is for new members only.
and UPCOMING EVENTS
Look for these tear-pads in all H-E-B stores during the month of April
Our meeting location is the City of Huntsville Service Center located at 448 Highway 75 North. The Service Center is on the east side of Highway 75 across from the Walker County Storm Shelter and Hearts Museum. There is plenty of parking in front of the Service Center and we will meet in the large conference room on the second floor. The second floor conference room can be accessed by an external or internal staircase, and an elevated platform lift for anyone needing assistance.
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Memorial Conservation Fund: Remember, donations can be made to our memorial conservation fund in memory or in honor of anyone. If you are inclined to make a donation, please contact Carol Reed, our treasurer, at 936.295.3958. We have funds for completion of Phase 1 of the Jack Prouty Memorial Bird Blind being built at Huntsville State Park, but more funds will be needed for completion of Phase 2 of the project. Please keep us in mind when making your contributions.
Audubon Foundation of Texas
Web site last updated 14 April, 2014