Join our lively group of nature enthusiasts for programs presented by top birding and nature personalities in the Rio Grande Valley of South Texas. Field trips to out-of-the-ordinary birding spots, many to private lands not usually accessible by the public, and a quarterly newsletter are other benefits of membership. Members and the general public are invited to meetings on the 2nd Thursday of the month, September to May, 6:00 P.M., in the Harlingen Public Library, 410 76 Drive, Harlingen, TX.

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Monday, October 7, 2019

October News!

Welcome October! Autumn is rolling into the valley as of this post, with a slight change in the weather; the season is sure to see continued fall migratory birds popping up in the RGV!  This month, we are delighted to welcome our October Social guest Speaker, Bill Clark.

Topic: Sharp-shinned vs Cooper's
Date:  October 10, 2019
Time:  6:00 PM
Location: Harlingen Public Library

 Bill Clark is a man of many hats, including photographer, author, researcher and lecturer with over 50 years’ experience working with birds of prey.  Bill's presentation will point out the many differences between these hawks in flight and perched. This will be a fantastic opportunity to learn from the expert!

The remainder of October will be fast and furious with loads of fun already scheduled.  The following is a short listing; full details will be emailed and shared via Facebook!  Hope to see you along the trail! 
 

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