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Mission Statement

Travis Audubon Society promotes the enjoyment, understanding, and conservation of native birds and their habitats.

Description

We protect critical habitat for the endangered Golden-cheeked Warbler at our 690 acre Baker Sanctuary. Our ten acre Chaetura Canyon Sanctuary is home to more than 30 nesting avian species and is world renowned for research and conservation of Chimney Swifts. TAS continues to spearhead conservation programs locally and support them abroad.

We lead diverse and interesting field trips and bird walks nearly every weekend of the year and on weekdays, both at local birding hotspots and exotic getaways. We offer an exciting array of monthly speakers, workshops, youth birding camp, the annual Birdathon, and seasonal as well as monthly bird counts and surveys.

TAS offers year round classes from the basics of birding to advanced classes for the identification of sparrows, raptors, gulls, butterflies and dragonflies, and even grasses. Our outreach programs strive to educate the community about the vital connection between conservation and sustainable, healthy human habitats.

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http://www.travisaudubon.org

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