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Birding at Devil’s River Corridor – Zoom Presentation

April 26 @ 6:45 pm

Free
Presentation: Birding the Devil’s River Corridor
Speaker: Romey Swanson, Director of Conservation Strategy at Audubon Texas
In southwest Texas, far from all cities and most people, lies one of the most pristine rivers in Texas. Clear spring-fed water tumbles past rugged ridges, scenic canyons and brushy banks. It’s not easy to get here, but it’s worth the effort. Framing the luminous Devils River, lies a rich biological crossroads where the Hill Country, Chihuahuan Desert and South Texas Brush Country landscapes converge. From rolling hills of juniper to the sycamore-lined river itself, the scenery is as diverse as the birds. Rare birds recorded here in the past include breeding rufous-capped warbler, common black hawk, and many neotropical migrants.
Zoom Meeting – Send requests for a link to ptaszoom@gmail.com with your name and postal address.

Details

Date:
April 26
Time:
6:45 pm
Cost:
Free
Website:
prairieandtimbers.org

Venue

Zoom

Organizers

Audubon Foundation of Texas
Prairie and Timbers Audubon Society