Central Texas Audubon Society
Sunday, April 29th
Birded Lacy Point on Lake Waco. For any that have not been, it's an excellent mix of habitats with a wide variety of species.
Species count: 39
1- Great Blue Heron7- Great Egret4- Black Vulture7- Turkey Vulture1- Osprey2- Northern Harrier1- Sharp-shinned Hawk2- Red-tailed Hawk2- Least Sandpiper7- Mourning Dove1- Great Horned Owl1- Black-chinned Hummingbird2- Red-bellied Woodpecker1- Downy Woodpecker1- American Kestrel1- Eastern Phoebe2- Scissor-tailed Flycatcher2- White-eyed Vireo3- American Crow2- Tree Swallow2- Cliff Swallow1- Carolina Chickadee1- Carolina Wren1- Blue-gray Gnatcatcher1- American Robin1- Northern Mockingbird2- European Starling10- Cedar Waxwing1- Yellow-rumped Warbler1- Wilson's Warbler3- White-crowned Sparrow1- White-throated Sparrow3- Lincoln's Sparrow27- Northern Cardinal2- Indigo Bunting7- Painted Bunting3- Dickcissel2- Red-winged Blackbird5- Brown-headed Cowbird
General meetings of the membership will normally occur on the third Tuesday of the months of September through November and February through May.
Location of the General Meetings:
Carleen Bright Arboretum 9001 Bosque Blvd, Woodway, TX 76712
Join us at 6:30 PM for social time and light refreshment. At 7:00 PM the meeting and program will commence.