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2018-19 Texas Birding Calendar

Compiled by Liz Tomberlin

Texas has some of the best birding in the world, boasting 649 species, many of which can only be found in the Lone Star State. So grab your binoculars, get out, and join the fun! Beginning and experienced birders alike are invited to attend the community events below and increase their life list.

In addition to these events, a regularly updated calendar of events hosted at Texas Parks and Wildlife facilities can be found online (www.tpwd.state.tx.us/calendar). Click “Birding” for a complete list of bird walks, owl prowls, bird identification classes and more offered at various Texas State Parks, including the state park World Birding Centers. Additional events at the Texas Freshwater Fisheries Center and Sea Center Texas can be found by selecting “Site Calendars” from the list of options on the main calendar page.


Monthly or Recurring Events

Corpus Christi Fall Raptor Migration Project: Aug . 1– Nov . 15
Educational interpreters will help you learn more about migration ecology, raptor identification, and our research efforts at Hazel Bazemore County Park .
Host: HawkWatch International
Location: Hazel Bazemore County Park
Time: Daily from 9: 00 am– 5: 00 pm( weather permitting )
Fee: Free
https://hawkwatch.org/migration/item/82-corpus-christi-hawkwatch

Smith Point Hawk Watch: Aug. 1 – Nov. 15
Visit the Candy Abshier Wildlife Management Area for fantastic viewing of migrating raptors. The Hawk Watch tower is staffed daily from 8:00 – 4:00 pm.
Host: Gulf Coast Bird Observatory
Location: Candy Abshier Wildlife Management Area
Time: Daily from 8:00 am – 4:00 pm
Fee: Free
(979) 480-0999
gcbo.org

Big Bend Birding & Photo Tours: January – December
Custom half-day and full-day birding and bird photography tours are available anywhere in the Big Bend National Park region including Fort Davis, Alpine, Marathon, Balmorhea, Marfa, and Langtry. Call for availability.
Host: Big Bend Birding & Photo Tours
Location: Big Bend National Park area, TX
Time: Half or Full-Day Tours
Fee: Varies – see website or call for more information
(432) 386-6855
www.TourBigBend.com

Spring Migration Birding at Houston Audubon’s High Island Sanctuaries: March – May
Experience spring on the Upper Texas Coast – birding highlights are neotropical migrating birds and a large roost. Houston Audubon manages numerous sanctuaries that are open to the public. Tours are offered most days.
Host: Houston Audubon
Location: Boy Scout Woods Sanctuary, 2088 5th Street, High Island, TX 77623 and Smith Oaks Sanctuary, Old Mexico Road, High Island, TX 77623
Time: dawn to dusk
Fee: $8 day/$30 annual
(713) 932-1639 Ext 100
houstonaudubon.org

Audubon Conservation TREKs: ongoing, Spring Break & Summer Break
Students from Title 1 High School campuses attend this outdoor conservation leadership program and complete several outdoor recreation activities. We always participate in an Early Morning Birding class (takes place at state park bird blind or wildlife viewing area) where students learn how to use binoculars and a field guide and then use beginner birding techniques to ID birds in the field. We complete a point count and submit our data on e-bird.
Host: Trinity River Audubon Center
Location: Texas State Parks (Lose Maples SNA, Inks Lake SP, etc.)
Time: Varies dependent on trip
Fee: The entire trip is free to students aged 14-18 that attend a Title 1 High School
(214) 309-5801
trinityriver.audubon.org

Ornithology Group Meeting: First Monday of the Month (August – May)
Join us for speakers and discussions of birding activities in the area.
Host: Houston Ornithology Group
Location: Bayland Community Center, 6400 Bissonnet St., Houston, TX
Time: 6:30 pm
Fee: Free to visitors, membership encouraged
www.ornithologygroup.com

Early Birds: First Monday of Every Month
Join a staff naturalist identifying birds by sight and sound across prairie, forest and aquatic habitats. Pre-registration required.
Host: Fort Worth Nature Center & Refuge
Location: Meet at the Hardwicke Interpretive Center (Visitors’ Center)
Time: 8:30 am – 10:30 pm (Sept. – May); 7:30 am – 9:30 pm (June – Aug.)
Fee: $5 Adults, $3 Seniors (65+), $2 Children, $1 off with Military discount, Free for Members of the Friends of the Fort Worth Nature Center & Refuge
(817) 392-7410
www.fwnaturecenter.org

Kleb Woods Wednesday Bird Walks: Every Wednesday
Beginning and experienced birdwatchers of all ages are welcome to join our weekly bird walks through wooded trails and seasonal wetlands to our hawk tower, feeding stations, etc. We meet at the nature center, cover about 1.5-2 miles, and then tally up the species and number of individuals seen.
Host: Kleb Woods Nature Preserve
Location: Kleb Woods Nature Preserve, 20303 Draper Rd. Tomball, TX 77377
Time: 8:00 am – 10:00 am (June – Aug.), 8:30 am – 11:30 am (Sept. – May)
Fee: Free
(281) 357-5324
www.pct3.com/parks/kleb-park

McAllen Nature Center Bird & Nature Walk: Every Wednesday
Join a staff naturalist for a 1-mile walk to explore birds, butterflies, plants, and whatever else happens to cross our path! Loaner binoculars are available free of charge.
Host: McAllen Nature Center (McAllen Parks & Recreation)
Location: McAllen Nature Center, 4101 W Business 83, McAllen, TX
Time: 8:30 am – 10:00 am
Fee: $1 per person suggested donation for admission to park
(956) 681-3333
www.facebook.com/McAllenNatureCenter

Early Morning Birding: Every Saturday
Our expert birders will lead you on a guided birding hike traversing a range of habitats from wetlands to hardwood forest. Bring your own binoculars or borrow ours.
Host: Trinity River Audubon Center
Location: Trinity River Audubon Center
Time: 7:00 am – 9:00 am
Fee: $15 if purchased in advance/$20 at the door
(214) 309-5801
trinityriver.audubon.org

Bolivar Flats Beach Ramble: First Saturday of Every Month
Come explore Bolivar Flats Shorebird Sanctuary. You’ll walk along the beach and out onto the flats discovering the diversity of life along the Upper Texas Gulf Coast.
Host: Houston Audubon
Location: Bolivar Flats Sanctuary at vehicular barrier, Rettilon Road off of SH 87, Port Bolivar, TX
Time: 10:00 am
Fee: Free (Chambers County Parking sticker required to park on beach, $10)
(713) 932-1639 Ext 100
houstonaudubon.org

Beginners' Bird Walk: Second Saturday of Every Month
This walking around tour of the Olmos Basin is not just for beginners, but for newcomers as well. We also have some binoculars to lend out.
Host: San Antonio Audubon Society
Location: Judson Nature Trails in Alamo Heights
Time: 8:00 am (Sept. – May), 7:30 am (June – August)
Fee: Free
www.saaudubon.org

Second Saturday Bird Walk: Second Saturday of Every Month
Join an expert birder as we explore prime birding locations on LLELA's nature trails. Ages 10 & up. Free with $5 entry.
Host: LLELA Nature Preserve
Location: 201 E. Jones St., Lewisville, TX 75057
Time: 7:30 am
Fee: $5/vehicle (cash or check)
(972) 219-3550
LLELA.org

Bird Banding: Third Saturday of Every Month
Drop by the GCBO headquarters the third Saturday of every month to watch as we band birds on site. Learn about the science behind bird banding, the data collection we do, and the different species we catch.
Host: Gulf Coast Bird Observatory
Location: Gulf Coast Bird Observatory
Time: 8:00 am – 12:00 pm
Fee: Free
(979) 480-0999
gcbo.org

September

Sept. 1: First Saturday Birding
Birders and nature lovers of all experience levels are invited to come out for this guided walk. Jones Park Volunteer and birder Al Barr will lead visitors on a hike to see and document the birds of the park. Binoculars are recommended. Ages 10+.
Host: Jesse Jones Park & Nature Center
Location: 20634 Kenswick Drive, Humble, TX 77338
Time: 7:45 am
Fee: Free
(281) 446-8588
www.hcp4.net/community/parks/jones

Sept. 2: Commons Ford Bird Survey
Join Travis Audubon for a bird survey of Commons Ford! We will split into three teams that will survey different areas of the park, and then meet up afterwards to determine everything that was seen and heard.
Host: Travis Audubon
Location: Commons Ford Park, Austin, TX
Time: 7:00 am – 11:30 am
Fee: Free
(512) 300-2473
www.travisaudubon.org

Sept. 4: First Tuesday Bird Walk
Join professional bird guide Jesse Huth on a walk as we meet and explore a new local birding spot near Wimberley each month. Please contact for more info and to sign up for the walk, the birding site is picked each month based on recent bird reports, but we always meet first at the Wimberley Community Center.
Host: HuthAvian
Location: Wimberley Community Center, 14068 Ranch Rd 12, Wimberley, TX 78676
Time: 7:15 am
Fee: $10
(979) 422-7061
www.HuthAvian.com

Sept. 4: Two-Hour Tuesday at Hornsby Bend
Bird Hornsby Bend with Travis Audubon Field Trip Leaders Deb and Lee Wallace! This is the time of year when the peak flow of southward bound migration occurs, and you won’t want to miss it.
Host: Travis Audubon
Location: Hornsby Bend Center for Environmental Research, 2210 S FM 973, Austin, TX 78725
Time: 7:30 am – 9:30 am
Fee: Free
(512) 300-2473
www.travisaudubon.org

Sept. 6: World Shorebirds Day
Take the long way home and drop by Hornsby Bend to celebrate our wonderful long-distance shorebird migrants with Travis Audubon. We will be birding along the ponds and/or the drying beds, depending on conditions.
Host: Travis Audubon
Location: Hornsby Bend, 2210 S FM 973, Austin, TX 78725
Time: 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm
Fee: Free
(512) 300-2473
www.travisaudubon.org

Sept. 8: Kleb Woods Hummingbird Festival
People of all ages can see hummingbirds up close and learn about them as they are banded. Houston Audubon raptors will be on display throughout the day, and there will be activities for young and old.
Host: Kleb Woods Nature Preserve
Location: Kleb Woods Nature Preserve (20303 Draper Rd. Tomball, TX 77377)
Time: 09:00 AM-3:00 PM
Fee: Free
(281) 357-5324
www.pct3.com/parks/kleb-park

Sept. 8: Early Bird Guided Walk
Master Naturalist Jack Chiles will lead the Early Bird walk for September, weather permitting. Meet at the Visitor Center, bring binoculars or borrow ours.
Host: Friends of Hagerman National Wildlife Refuge
Location: Hagerman National Wildlife Refuge, 6465 Refuge Road
Sherman, TX 75092
Time: 8:00 am
Fee: Free
(903) 786-2826
www.friendsofhagerman.com/Activities

Sept. 8 – 9: Xtreme Hummingbird Xtravaganza
Short Description of Birding Event (2 sentences or less): Join us as we band Ruby-throated Hummingbirds during peak migration time on site at the Gulf Coast Bird Observatory. Symbolically adopt a hummingbird, enjoy guest speakers, nature shopping, and kids’ activities.
Host: Gulf Coast Bird Observatory
Location: Gulf Coast Bird Observatory
Time: 8:00 am – 12:00 pm
Fee: $4/person, kids 12 and under are free
(979) 480-0999
gcbo.org

Sept. 10: Houston Ornithology Group Meeting
Program by David Sarkozi (Kozi Briding), "The Dirty Dozen - Nemesis Birds in Texas”.
Host: Houston Ornithology Group
Location: Bayland Community Center, 6400 Bissonnet St., Houston, TX
Time: 7:00 pm
Fee: Free to visitors, membership encouraged
www.ornithologygroup.com

Sept. 13 – 16: HummerBird Celebration
The communities of Rockport and Fulton, Texas celebrate the arrival of the tiny winged ones Sept. 13-16, 2018 with a reception, workshops, HummerBird Malls, bus and boat tours, exhibits, banding, and lectures presented by world-renowned experts.
Host: Rockport-Fulton Chamber of Commerce
Location: Rockport and Fulton, TX
Time: 9:00 am – 7:00 pm, time varies depending on event
Fee: ranges from free to $70
(361) 729-6445
www.rockport-fulton.org/HB

Sept. 18: Two-Hour Tuesday at Champion Park
Join Travis Audubon Field Trip Leader Dan Callaway for birding at Champion Park!
Host: Travis Audubon
Location: Champion Park, 3830 Brushy Creek Rd, Cedar Park, TX 78613
Time: 7:30 am – 9:30 am
Fee: Free
(512) 300-2473
www.travisaudubon.org

Sep. 20: TexNEP September Yearly Kickoff Meeting
TexNEP members, friends, and the general public will enjoy a wonderful review of members photos taken from across Texas and the world over the summer months to launch the 2018/2019 monthly lecture series. Photography door prizes will be featured at the event.
Host: Texas Nature and Environmental Photographers
Location: McAllen Public Library, 4001 N 23rd Street McAllen, TX 78504
Time: 7:00 pm
Fee: Free
(956) 867-7877
www.tex-nep.org

Sept. 20: Speaker Series: Audubon, On the Wings of the World with Jeremie Royer
Monsieur Royer will speak on the creation of the graphic novel highlighting John James Audubon’s career. Copies of his book will be available for sale and signing. Host: Travis Audubon
Location: Hyde Park Christian Church, 610 E. 45th St., Austin, TX 78751
Time: 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm (Doors open at 6:30)
Fee: Free
(512) 300-2473v
www.travisaudubon.org

September 20 & 22: Bird Identification Seminar and Field Trip Short
Stennie Meade, a local birding expert will conduct a seminar in basic bird identification techniques at 6pm, Thursday, September, 20, 2018. A follow-up field trip will be held on Saturday, September 22nd at 9am.
Host: City of Seabrook
Location: City of Seabrook Public Works, 1100 Red Bluff Road, Seabrook, TX 77586
Time: 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm on Thursday and 9:00 am – 10:30 on Saturday
Fee: Free
(281) 291-5600
www.seabrooktx.gov

Sep. 22: TexNEP September Birding Photography Outing
TexNEP members and friends will spend the morning at the South Padre Island Salt Flats North of the Convention Center. Shorebirds and Wading Birds will be the focus of the trip, and photo composition and camera settings assistance will be available for participants.
Host: Texas Nature and Environmental Photographers
Location: South Padre Island Salt Flats, North of the SPI Convention Center
Time: 6:30 am
Fee: Free
(956) 867-7877
www.tex-nep.org

Sept. 22: Houston Ornithology Group Field Trip
Houston Ornithology Group Field Trip to Little Thicket Nature Sanctuary, FM 945,
San Jacinto County. Visitors welcome! Contact NRach@AutreVie.com for details.
Host: Houston Ornithology Group
Location: Little Thicket Nature Sanctuary, FM 945, San Jacinto County
Time: TBD
Fee: Free to visitors, membership encouraged
www.ornithologygroup.com

Sept. 28 – 30: Celebration of Flight
Hawk migration is a true spectacle of the natural world and Corpus Christi has the largest and most diverse hawkwatch in the country. Celebration of Flight is set during the peak of hawk migration with vendors, lectures, live raptor shows, children in nature activities and most of all, many hawks overhead.
Host: HawkWatch International, Inc. and Audubon Outdoor Club of Corpus Christi
Location: Hazel Bazemore County Park, 4343 County Road 69, Corpus Christi, TX 78410
Time: Activities from 9:00 am – 5:00 pm each day
Fee: Free
(361) 876-2429
https://hawkwatch.org/participate/special-events/item/649-a-celebration-of-flight

October

Oct. 1: Houston Ornithology Group Meeting
Program by Fred Collins (Kleb Woods Nature Preserve) & Bob Honig (Katy Prairie Conservancy), "Birding Then and Now" -- a comparison of Upper TX Coast birding 50 years ago and currently.
Host: Houston Ornithology Group
Location: Bayland Community Center, 6400 Bissonnet St., Houston, TX
Time: 7:00 pm
Fee: Free to visitors, membership encouraged
www.ornithologygroup.com

Oct. 2: First Tuesday Bird Walk
Join professional bird guide Jesse Huth on a walk as we meet and explore a new local birding spot near Wimberley each month. Please contact for more info and to sign up for the walk, the birding site is picked each month based on recent bird reports, but we always meet first at the Wimberley Community Center.
Host: HuthAvian
Location: Wimberley Community Center, 14068 Ranch Rd 12, Wimberley, TX 78676
Time: 7:15 am
Fee: $10
(979) 422-7061
www.HuthAvian.com

Oct. 6: First Saturday Birding
Birders and nature lovers of all experience levels are invited to come out for this guided walk. Jones Park Volunteer and birder Al Barr will lead visitors on a hike to see and document the birds of the park. Binoculars are recommended. Ages 10+.
Host: Jesse Jones Park & Nature Center
Location: 20634 Kenswick Drive, Humble, TX 77338
Time: 7:45 am
Fee: Free
(281) 446-8588
www.hcp4.net/community/parks/jones

Oct. 13: Houston Ornithology Group Field Trip
Houston Ornithology Group field trip to Brazoria/Quintana area, led by Mark Scheuerman. Contact TeresaConnell@live.com for details
Host: Houston Ornithology Group
Location: Brazoria/Quintana
Time: TBD
Fee: Free to visitors, membership encouraged
www.ornithologygroup.com

Oct. 13: Early Bird Guided Walk
Dr. Wayne Meyer will lead the October Early Bird walk, weather permitting. Meet at the Visitor Center; bring binoculars or borrow ours.
Host: Friends of Hagerman National Wildlife Refuge
Location: Hagerman National Wildlife Refuge, 6465 Refuge Road
Sherman, TX 75092
Time: 8:00 am
Fee: Free
(903) 786-2826
www.friendsofhagerman.com/Activities

Oct. 14: The Big Sit! At Commons Ford Park
Join Travis Audubon in seeing how many species we can count in a 17-foot diameter circle within a 11-hour period. We’ll be sitting near the covered picnic table, near the volleyball court, looking out over the prairie toward the lake; pack some snacks and drinks, grab your binoculars and a comfortable chair, and join us!
Host: Travis Audubon
Location: Commons Ford Park, Austin, TX
Time: 6:00 am – 5:00 pm
Fee: Free
(512) 300-2473
www.travisaudubon.org

Oct. 16: Two-Hour Tuesday at Mills Pond Park
Join Travis Audubon Field Trip Leader Dan Callaway for birding at Mills Pond Park!
Host: Travis Audubon
Location: Mills Pond Park, 15108 Wells Port Dr, Austin, TX 78728
Time: 8:00 am – 10:00 am
Fee: Free
(512) 300-2473
www.travisaudubon.org

Oct. 20: Houston Ornithology Group Field Trip
Houston Ornithology Group field trip to Bear Creek Park & Addicks Reservoir, led by Drew Dickert. Contact TeresaConnell@live.com for details.
Host: Houston Ornithology Group
Location: Bear Creek Park & Addicks Reservoir
Time: TBD
Fee: Free to visitors, membership encouraged
www.ornithologygroup.com

November

Nov. 3: First Saturday Birding
Birders and nature lovers of all experience levels are invited to come out for this guided walk. Jones Park Volunteer and birder Al Barr will lead visitors on a hike to see and document the birds of the park. Binoculars are recommended. Ages 10+.
Host: Jesse Jones Park & Nature Center
Location: 20634 Kenswick Drive, Humble, TX 77338
Time: 7:45 am
Fee: Free
(281) 446-8588
www.hcp4.net/community/parks/jones

Nov. 3: Houston Ornithology Group Field Trip
Houston Ornithology Group field trip to Huntsville State Park. Contact TeresaConnell@live.com for details.
Host: Houston Ornithology Group
Location: Huntsville State Park
Time: TBD
Fee: Free to visitors, membership encouraged
www.ornithologygroup.com

Nov. 5: Houston Ornithology Group Meeting
Program by Gary Clark, "Birding in Cuba" at Ornithology Group meeting.
Host: Houston Ornithology Group
Location: Bayland Community Center, 6400 Bissonnet St., Houston, TX
Time: 7:00 pm
Fee: Free to visitors, membership encouraged
www.ornithologygroup.com

Nov. 5: First Monday Bird Walk
Join professional bird guide Jesse Huth on a walk as we meet and explore a new local birding spot near Wimberley each month. Please contact for more info and to sign up for the walk, the birding site is picked each month based on recent bird reports, but we always meet first at the Wimberley Community Center.
Host: HuthAvian
Location: Wimberley Community Center, 14068 Ranch Rd 12, Wimberley, TX 78676
Time: 7:15 am
Fee: $10
(979) 422-7061
www.HuthAvian.com

Nov. 7 – 11: Rio Grande Valley Birding Festival
In our 25th year, this festival celebrates the special birds and birding places of the Rio Grande Valley. Field trips, seminars, trade show, silent auction, socials and family activities.
Host: Rio Grande Valley Birding Festival, Inc.
Location: Harlingen, TX
Time: 5:00 am – 8:00 pm daily
Fee: Many free family activities, or $25 registration fee plus field trip costs
(956) 423-5565 and (209) 227-4823
www.rgvbf.org

Nov. 10: Early Bird Guided Walk
Master Naturalist Jack Chiles will lead the November Early Bird walk, weather permitting. Meet at the Visitor Center; bring binoculars or borrow ours.
Host: Friends of Hagerman National Wildlife Refuge
Location: Hagerman National Wildlife Refuge, 6465 Refuge Road
Sherman, TX 75092
Time: 8:00 am
Fee: Free
(903) 786-2826
www.friendsofhagerman.com/Activities

Nov. 17: Friends of Fredericksburg Nature Center Workshop “Who’s There?”
Friends of Fredericksburg Nature Center’s November Workshop will be “Who’s There”, presented by TPWD Biologist, Craig Hensley. This workshop is open to all ages, parents, grandparents and students.
Host: Friends of Fredericksburg Nature Center
Location: Tatsch House at Lady Bird Johnson Municipal Park in Fredericksburg
Time: 10:00 am – 12: 00 pm
Fee: $10.00
(210) 912-5920
fredericksburgnaturecenter.com

Nov. 27 – Dec. 1: Tamaulipan Biotic Province Safari (Lower Rio Grande Valley)
Explore the unique habitats and birding sites of the Rio Grande Valley with author and noted South Texas birder/naturalist Gene Blacklock, gleaning expertise and insights from his years of birding experience in this region. Sites include Laguna Atascosa National Wildlife Refuge; Port Isabel and boat ride; South Most Audubon Sanctuary, Old Fort Brown, Brownsville, Estero Llano Grande State Park; Santa Ana National Wildlife Refuge, and San Yanacio. Birds of Interest: Hook-billed Kite (+/-), Zone-tailed and Gray Hawks, Aplomado Falcon, Ringed Kingfisher, Chachalaca, Green Parakeet, Clay-colored Thrush, Altamira Oriole, Blue Bunting (+/-) and White-collared Seedeater. Pre-Trip Class is Nov. 19, 6:15 pm. (Botanical Gardens)
Host: South Texas Botanical Gardens & Nature Center
Location: Headquarters Hotel LaQuinta Harlingen
Time: Nov. 27 – Dec. 1, time varies by day; Pre-Trip Class is Nov. 19 at 6:15 pm. (Botanical Gardens)
Fee: $495 each for members; $530 others. Housing, meals, transportation not included.
Reservations: 361-852-2100, x 225
Trip Details: 361-558-1829, blacklockg@gmail.com
www.stxbot.org

Nov. 29 – Dec. 2: Birds of Fort Davis Photography Workshop
Join Fort Davis photographer Lee Hoy in the Fort Davis area for four (4) days of photographing the birds in and around the Davis Mountains including private bird blinds. The workshop includes photography, instruction on post-processing your images, and will focus on the early wintering birds, resident birds, and raptors.
Host: Big Bend Birding & Photo Tours
Location: Fort Davis, TX
Time: Nov. 29 at 5:00 pm – Dec. 2 at 12:00 pm
Fee: $1,199.00 (does not including lodging, transportation to Big Bend National Park, and most meals – see website for more information)
(432) 386-6855
www.TourBigBend.com

December

Dec. 1: First Saturday Birding
Birders and nature lovers of all experience levels are invited to come out for this guided walk. Jones Park Volunteer and birder Al Barr will lead visitors on a hike to see and document the birds of the park. Binoculars are recommended. Ages 10+.
Host: Jesse Jones Park & Nature Center
Location: 20634 Kenswick Drive, Humble, TX 77338
Time: 7:45 am
Fee: Free
(281) 446-8588
www.hcp4.net/community/parks/jones

Dec. 3: Houston Ornithology Group Meeting
Program by Lisa Li, "Birding in Madagascar" at Ornithology Group meeting.
Host: Houston Ornithology Group
Location: Bayland Community Center, 6400 Bissonnet St., Houston, TX
Time: 7:00 pm
Fee: Free to visitors, membership encouraged
www.ornithologygroup.com

Dec. 4: First Tuesday Bird Walk
Join professional bird guide Jesse Huth on a walk as we meet and explore a new local birding spot near Wimberley each month. Please contact for more info and to sign up for the walk, the birding site is picked each month based on recent bird reports, but we always meet first at the Wimberley Community Center.
Host: HuthAvian
Location: Wimberley Community Center, 14068 Ranch Rd 12, Wimberley, TX 78676
Time: 7:15 am
Fee: $10
(979) 422-7061 www.HuthAvian.com

Dec. 8: Houston Ornithology Group Field Trip
Houston Ornithology Group field trip to the Laas Farm, Brookshire, led by John Berner. Advance registration required. Contact TeresaConnell@live.com for info.
Host: Houston Ornithology Group
Location: Laas Farm, Brookshire
Time: TBD
Fee: Free to visitors, membership encouraged
www.ornithologygroup.com

Dec. 8 – 9: Holiday with the Cranes
Spend a wild weekend in Galveston celebrating the island’s wintering flocks of Sandhill Cranes and other winter and resident birds at our annual Holiday with the Cranes, Dec. 8-9, 2018. A weekend nature experience like no other, it’s chock-full of indoor and outdoor birding activities!
Host: Galveston Island Nature Tourism Council
Location: Moody Gardens Golf Course and other locations on Galveston Island
Time: morning, afternoon and evening activities
Fee: varies depending on activity
(409) 789-8125
www.GalvestonNatureTourism.org

Dec. 12 – 16: Birds of Big Bend Photography Workshop
Join Fort Davis photographer Lee Hoy in Big Bend National Park for five (5) days of photographing the birds in and around Big Bend National Park. The workshop includes photography, instruction on post-processing your images, and will focus on the early wintering birds, resident birds, and raptors.
Host: Big Bend Birding & Photo Tours
Location: Big Bend National Park, TX
Time: Dec. 12 at 5:00 pm – Dec. 16 at 12:00 pm
Fee: $1,499.00 (does not including lodging, transportation to Big Bend National Park, and most meals – see website for more information)
(432) 386-6855
www.TourBigBend.com

January

Jan. 5: Winter Bird Count
Volunteer guide Al Barr will lead birders on a hike to document and identify our resident and overwintering birds. Birders of all skill levels are encouraged to attend. Birders ages 12+.
Host: Jesse Jones Park & Nature Center
Location: 20634 Kenswick Drive, Humble, TX 77338
Time: 7:45 am
Fee: Free
(281) 446-8588
www.hcp4.net/community/parks/jones

Jan. 7: Houston Ornithology Group Meeting
Christmas Bird Count review and raffle. Program by Kristine Rivers, “Wintering Waterfowl” at Ornithology Group meeting.
Host: Houston Ornithology Group
Location: Bayland Community Center, 6400 Bissonnet St., Houston, TX
Time: 7:00 pm
Fee: Free to visitors, membership encouraged
www.ornithologygroup.com

Jan. 8: First Tuesday Bird Walk
Join professional bird guide Jesse Huth on a walk as we meet and explore a new local birding spot near Wimberley each month. Please contact for more info and to sign up for the walk, the birding site is picked each month based on recent bird reports, but we always meet first at the Wimberley Community Center.
Host: HuthAvian
Location: Wimberley Community Center, 14068 Ranch Rd 12, Wimberley, TX 78676
Time: 7:15 am
Fee: $10
(979) 422-7061
www.HuthAvian.com

Jan. 10 – 13: Birds of Fort Davis Photography Workshop
Join Fort Davis photographer Lee Hoy in the Fort Davis area for four (4) days of photographing the birds in and around the Davis Mountains including private bird blinds. The workshop includes photography, instruction on post-processing your images, and will focus on the early wintering birds, resident birds, and raptors.
Host: Big Bend Birding & Photo Tours
Location: Fort Davis, TX
Time: Nov. 29 at 5:00 pm – Dec. 2 at 12:00 pm
Fee: $1,199.00 (does not including lodging, transportation to Big Bend National Park, and most meals – see website for more information)
(432) 386-6855
www.TourBigBend.com

Jan. 23 – 27: Birds of Big Bend Photography Workshop
Join Fort Davis photographer Lee Hoy in Big Bend National Park for five (5) days of photographing the birds in and around Big Bend National Park. The workshop includes photography, instruction on post-processing your images, and will focus on the wintering birds and raptors.
Host: Big Bend Birding & Photo Tours
Location: Big Bend National Park, TX
Time: Jan. 23 at 5:00 pm – Jan. 27 at 12:00 pm
Fee: $1,499.00 (does not including lodging, transportation to Big Bend National Park, and most meals – see website for more information)
(432) 386-6855
www.TourBigBend.com

February

Feb. 2: Beginning Birding
Novice birders join Al Barr, JJPV member and birding expert, to learn about the basic birding equipment, including field guides, binoculars, songs and calls, followed by an outing to catch a glimpse of some of the park’s bird life. Birders ages 10+. Reservations required beginning Jan. 23, 2019.
Host: Jesse Jones Park & Nature Center
Location: 20634 Kenswick Drive, Humble, TX 77338
Time: 8:30 am
Fee: Free
(281) 446-8588
www.hcp4.net/community/parks/jones

Feb. 4: Houston Ornithology Group Meeting
Program by Rice Prof. Amy Dunn, “Birds in Guam,” at Ornithology Group meeting.
Host: Houston Ornithology Group
Location: Bayland Community Center, 6400 Bissonnet St., Houston, TX
Time: 7:00 pm
Fee: Free to visitors, membership encouraged
www.ornithologygroup.com

Feb. 5: First Tuesday Bird Walk
Join professional bird guide Jesse Huth on a walk as we meet and explore a new local birding spot near Wimberley each month. Please contact for more info and to sign up for the walk, the birding site is picked each month based on recent bird reports, but we always meet first at the Wimberley Community Center.
Host: HuthAvian
Location: Wimberley Community Center, 14068 Ranch Rd 12, Wimberley, TX 78676
Time: 7:15 am
Fee: $10
(979) 422-7061
www.HuthAvian.com

Feb. 6 – 9: Laredo Birding Festival.
Come bird on the Tex-Mex border! We cordially invite you to join us for our 7th annual Laredo Birding Festival, as we bird Laredo hotspots and dozens of scenic South Texas ranches. The Laredo Birding Festival offers birders an opportunity to explore and observe hundreds of species of birds with a professional field guide on our small and intimate custom-tailored trips.
Host: Rio Grande International Study Center, Monte Mucho Audubon Society, Laredo Convention & Visitors Bureau
Location: Laredo, TX
Time: This is a 3.5-day festival that starts with an opening mixer on Wednesday evening. Trips head out early in the morning on Thurs, Fri, and Sat. Concludes with a keynote banquet dinner. Fee: 1 day package: $90, 2 day package: $165, 3 day package: $240 (These are all-inclusive packages that include breakfast, lunch, drinks, snacks, transportation, ranch entrance fees, professional field guide)
(956) 718-1063
www.laredobirdingfestival.org

Feb. 9: Houston Ornithology Group Field Trip
Houston Ornithology Group field trip to Lone Star College, Kingwood, led by Michael Cooper. Contact: TeresaConnell@live.com for info.
Host: Houston Ornithology Group
Location: Lone Star College, Kingwood
Time: TBD
Fee: Free to visitors, membership encouraged
www.ornithologygroup.com

Feb. 15 – 17: Matagorda Bay Birdfest
Drawing attention to the beauty and Diversity of species, the 3rd annual Matagorda Bay Birdfest celebrates its adjacency to the habitat where 229 species were counted in last year’s 117th Audubon CBC with Mad Island Marsh ranked #1, once again. This year’s Birdfest celebration features Keynote Speaker Andy Sansom, eight other speakers some who will be signing books, bird art, vendors, professionally guided bird tours, kayak tours, a bird parade, raptor show and MORE!
Host: MARSH
Location: East Side Annex, 901 Second St., Palacios TX
Time: Friday from 6:30 am through Sunday at noon (See website for schedule of events)
Fee: Birding tours $20 to $40, many free events including Bird Parade & Raptor Show
(956) 285-3234 / (832) 805-9434
matagordabaybirdfest.org

Feb. 21 – 24: Whooping Crane Festival
Get your binoculars and checklists ready! The Coastal Bend is the only spot in the United States where the endangered Whooping Crane can be viewed at close range, and the Port Aransas Chamber of Commerce celebrates this astonishing natural wonder with an annual festival honoring these grand birds. Birding tours by land and sea are highlights during the festival. Other activities include a trade-show with optics, paintings, photography and one of a kind gift items, presentations from world-renowned speakers at The University of Texas Marine Science Institute, photography workshops and a variety of field trips
Host: Port Aransas Chamber of Commerce
Location: Various locations in Port Aransas, TX
Time: Varies
Fee: $20 registration fee; separate fees for tours and fieldtrips
(361) 749-5919
www.whoopingcranefestival.org

Feb. 23: Houston Ornithology Group Field Trip
Houston Ornithology Group field trip to W.G. Jones State Park, to look for Red Cockaded Woodpeckers, led by Mark Scheuerman. Contact TeresaConnell@live.com for info.
Host: Houston Ornithology Group
Location: W.G. Jones State Park
Time: TBD
Fee: Free to visitors, membership encouraged
www.ornithologygroup.com

March

March 2: NatureFest
Join an expert bird guide for a walk through Jones Park. This walk is one of many outdoor and nature related activities throughout the day for NatureFest.
Host Organization: Jesse H. Jones Park & Nature Center
Location: Meet at the Nature Center
Time: Event starts at 9:00 am, bird walk time TBD
Fee: Free
(281) 446-8588
www.hcp4.net/jones

March 8 – 9: Houston Ornithology Group Field Trip
Houston Ornithology Group Weekend trip led by Tom Langshied to Kleberg Co. and a half-day at King Ranch Encino Division. Advance registration required. Contact TeresaConnell@live.com for info.
Host: Houston Ornithology Group
Location: Kleberg Co.
Time: TBD
Fee: Trip cost is $135 and includes Saturday lunch and beverage
www.ornithologygroup.com

March 12: Second Tuesday Bird Walk
Join professional bird guide Jesse Huth on a walk as we meet and explore a new local birding spot near Wimberley each month. Please contact for more info and to sign up for the walk, the birding site is picked each month based on recent bird reports, but we always meet first at the Wimberley Community Center.
Host: HuthAvian
Location: Wimberley Community Center, 14068 Ranch Rd 12, Wimberley, TX 78676
Time: 7:15 am
Fee: $10
(979) 422-7061
www.HuthAvian.com

April

April 1: Great Texas Birding Classic Registration Deadline
The 23rd Annual Birding Classic runs from April 15-May 15, but teams must register by April 1st to take part in this fun birding for conservation event! Gather your friends and family to put together your team for this year’s event. There are tournament categories for all ages and skill levels!
Host: Texas Parks and Wildlife Department
Location: statewide
Time: half-day, 24-hour, 48-hour, and weeklong categories
Fee: varies depending on tournament category
(512) 389-4500
www.birdingclassic.org

April 3 – 8: High Island Photo Rodeo
A festival of bird photography, with workshops, field sessions, lectures, and fieldcraft exercises.
Host: Tropical Birding, in association with Houston Audubon Society and Olympus Camera
Location: High Island, TX
Time: 7:00 am – 5:00 pm (most days)
Fee: check website for more info
(800) 348-5941 / 409-515-9110
www.tropicalbirding.com

April 6: First Saturday Birding
Birders and nature lovers of all experience levels are invited to come out for this guided walk. Jones Park Volunteer and birder Al Barr will lead visitors on a hike to see and document the birds of the park. Binoculars are recommended. Ages 10+.
Host: Jesse Jones Park & Nature Center
Location: 20634 Kenswick Drive, Humble, TX 77338
Time: 7:45 am
Fee: Free
(281) 446-8588
www.hcp4.net/community/parks/jones

April 6: Blucher Park Bird Walks
Walks with leader to identity birds during Migration.
Host: Audubon Outdoor Club, Corpus Christi, Texas
Location: Blucher Park, S. Tancahua St and Carrizo St., Corpus Christi, TX
Time: 7:00 am
Fee: Free
(361) 443-0744
www.audubonoutdoorclub.com

April 6: Flying Wild Workshop
The Friends of Fredericksburg Nature Center will host a Flying Wild Workshop for naturalists, teachers, camp directors and volunteer educators. This will qualify for Master Naturalist Advanced Training and CEUs
Host: Friends of Fredericksburg Nature Center
Location: The Tatsch House at Lady Bird Johnson Municipal Park, Fredericksburg, Texas
Time: 9:00 to 3:00
Fee: $30.00
(210) 912-5920
fredericksburgnaturecenter.com

April 6 – May 5: Spring Fling
Birdwatch at Quintana Sanctuaries as thousands of migratory songbirds arrive at stopover habitat along the coast. The Sanctuaries grounds offer a fantastic place to sight warblers and numerous other species and is staffed daily from 9 am – 4 pm.
Host: Gulf Coast Bird Observatory
Location: Quintana Neotropical Bird Sanctuaries, Quintana, TX.
Time: 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
Fee: Free
(979) 480-0999
gcbo.org

April 7: Blucher Park Bird Walks
Walks with leader to identity birds during Migration.
Host: Audubon Outdoor Club, Corpus Christi, Texas
Location: Blucher Park, S. Tancahua St and Carrizo St., Corpus Christi, TX
Time: 7:00 am
Fee: Free
(361) 443-0744
www.audubonoutdoorclub.com

April 9 – 14: Navahonian Biotic Province Safari (West Texas, New Mexico)
Explore the unique habitats and birding sites of West Texas and New Mexico with author and noted South Texas birder/naturalist Gene Blacklock, gleaning expertise and insights from his years of birding experience in this region. Sites of interest include State Park, and shallow lake near Alamogordo; sites near High Rolls (5,000-6,000'); Cloudcroft (8,000'); pine woodland habitats near the Observatory (10,000'); various sites, Lincoln National Forest, 6,000-9,000’). Pre-Trip Class: April 1, 6:15 (Botanical Gardens)
Host: South Texas Botanical Gardens & Nature Center
Location: Headquarters Hotel Budget Inn, Alamogordo New Mexico
Time: April 9 – 14, time varies by day; Pre-Trip Class on April 1 at 6:15 pm (Botanical Gardens)
Fee: $615 – $860, depending on number of participants. Housing, meals, transportation not included.
Reservations: 361-852-2100, x 225
Trip Details: 361-558-1829, blacklockg@gmail.com
www.stxbot.org

April 11 – 14: Galveston FeatherFest Birding & Nature Photography Festival
Mark your calendar now to attend the 17th annual FeatherFest - the largest birding festival on the Upper Texas Coast! With over 100 field trips, workshops, social events, and a family program, there's something for everyone at one of the top locations in the country for birding.
Host: Galveston Island Nature Tourism Council
Location: 4700 Broadway (Festival HQ), Galveston Island
Time: morning, afternoon and evening activities
Fee: varies depending on activity
(832) 459-5533
www.GalvestonFeatherFest.com

April 11 – 14: Nature Quest
During Nature Quest you'll learn through Fieldtrips & Programs about Texas Hill Country Birds, Small Cavity Nesters, Raptors, Hummingbirds, Bats, Butterflies, Insects, Champion Big Trees, Natural History, Native Plants, Useful & Medicinal Plants, Wildflowers, Invasive Plants, and how to make your own backyard a Wildlife Habitat.
Host: Hill Country Adventures / Nature Center & Tours
Location: Hill Country Nature Center, Northern Uvalde County, 5181 RR 1050 Rio Frio TX, 78879
Time: 6:00 am, or 8:00 am – 12:00 pm , and some all-day trips
Fee: Registration fee $10, plus $15 – $25 for each fieldtrip or program you sign up for
(830) 966-2134
www.hillcountrynaturequest.com

April 13: Blucher Park Bird Walks
Walks with leader to identity birds during Migration.
Host: Audubon Outdoor Club, Corpus Christi, Texas
Location: Blucher Park, S. Tancahua St and Carrizo St., Corpus Christi, TX
Time: 7:00 am
Fee: Free
(361) 443-0744
www.audubonoutdoorclub.com

April 13 – 14: Attwater's Prairie Chicken Festival
Experience the beautiful courtship dance of the male Attwater's prairie chicken, one of North America's most endangered birds.
Host: Attwater Prairie Chicken National Wildlife Refuge (NWR)
Location: Attwater Prairie Chicken National Wildlife Refuge (NWR), 6.5 miles northeast of Eagle Lake, TX off of FM 3013
Time: 7:00 am – 1:00 pm
Fee: Free
(979) 234-3021
www.fws.gov/refuge/attwater_prairie_chicken

April 14: Blucher Park Bird Walks
Walks with leader to identity birds during Migration.
Host: Audubon Outdoor Club, Corpus Christi, Texas
Location: Blucher Park, S. Tancahua St and Carrizo St., Corpus Christi, TX
Time: 7:00 am
Fee: Free
(361) 443-0744
www.audubonoutdoorclub.com

April 18 – 21: Birds of Fort Davis Photography Workshop
Join Fort Davis photographer Lee Hoy in the Fort Davis area for four (4) days of photographing the birds in and around the Davis Mountains including private bird blinds. The workshop includes photography, instruction on post-processing your images, and will focus on migrating and resident birds
Host: Big Bend Birding & Photo Tours
Location: Fort Davis, TX
Time: April 18 at 5:00 pm – April 21 at 12:00 pm
Fee: $1,199.00 (does not including lodging, transportation to Big Bend National Park, and most meals – see website for more information)
(432) 386-6855
www.TourBigBend.com

April 20: Bluebird Bus Tours at W P Bluebird Festival, Wills Point
One hour narrated bus tours from W P Bluebird Festival to Lake Tawakoni State Park to see nesting bluebirds. TBS also hosts an info booth with free bluebird nestbox for new Texas Bluebird Society members.
Host: Texas Bluebird Society at the W P Bluebird Festival (WPBBFA)
Location: Historic Downtown Wills Point, north end of festival
Time: 9:00 am, 10:30 am, 12:00 pm, 1:30 pm. Tickets available at 8:50 am.
Fee: Free
(512) 517-5678 / (936) 439-7114
http://txblues.org
http://wpbluebirdfestival.org

April 22 – 26: Birding the Border
Not only will our birding take place near the border of two countries, but near the boundaries of three ecoregions. This event will combine birding with educational programs, and include birding on both public lands and private ranches.
Host: Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service
Location: Based in Del Rio, Texas
Time: Beginning in the afternoon on April 22, concluding after lunch on April 26
Fee: $850 single occupancy/$750 double occupancy/$650 commuter
(830) 774-7591
https://valverde.agrilife.org/events/

April 24 – 27: Spring Chirp Birding Festival
This is the perfect festival for those seeking the superior birding of South Texas! Small group field trips with expert local guides to hot spots and super premium destinations make this the best way to see a wide variety of specialty birds and migrants at the prime time for hawk migration.
Host: Valley Nature Center
Location: Weslaco, Texas
Time: Registration begins 3:00 pm, April 24
Cost of Entry: $75.00 registration fee; $325.00 total festival cost includes 3 meals each day, field trips, key note speaker each evening and closing night Texas party.
(956) 969-2475
Springchirp.com
valleynaturecenter.org

April 24 – 28: Birdiest Festival in America
Spotlighting South Texas peak spring migration, Corpus Christi's Birdiest Festival in America, is scheduled for April 24-28, 2019. Festival features optional guided birding field trips to regional birding hot spots, shorebird/wading bird sites, and private ranches; birding photography workshops; “The Raptor Project” presentations, bird banding, vendor tradeshow, and lots of South Texas hospitality. Inaugural year (2017) had 246 species and (2018) had 257 species, showing why Corpus Christi was named the "Birdiest City in North America" for a decade! Registration opens in December with $35 basic registration plus additional fees for add-on field trips and workshops.
Host: South Texas Botanical Gardens & Nature Center
Location: South Texas Botanical Gardens & Nature Center, plus trips to birding hot spots around Texas Coastal Bend.
Time: April 24 – 28, time varies
Fee: $35 basic registration includes opening dinner, birding presentations. Additional fees for add-on field trips and workshops.
(36) 852-2100 x 225
www.birdiestfestival.org

April 24 – 28: Birds of Big Bend Photography Workshop
Join Fort Davis photographer Lee Hoy in Big Bend National Park for five (5) days of photographing the birds in and around Big Bend National Park. The workshop includes photography, instruction on post-processing your images, and will focus on migrating and resident birds.
Host: Big Bend Birding & Photo Tours
Location: Big Bend National Park, TX
Time: April 24 at 5:00 pm – April 28 at 12:00 pm
Fee: $1,499.00 (does not including lodging, transportation to Big Bend National Park, and most meals – see website for more information)
(432) 386-6855
www.TourBigBend.com

April 26 – 28: Balcones Songbird Festival
Add the endangered Golden cheeked-warbler to your life list. Small group tours in the Texas Hill Country.
Host: Friends of Balcones Canyonlands National Wildlife Refuge
Location: 24578 FM 1431, Marbles Falls, TX 78654
Time: 6:00 am
Fee: Fees apply, see website for details
(512) 466-6813
www.FriendsofBalcones.org
www.BalconesSongbirdFestival.org

April 27: Houston Ornithology Group Field Trip
Shorebird field trip led by Kristen Vale, American Bird Conservancy fundraiser.
Host: Houston Ornithology Group
Location: American Bird Conservancy
Time: TBD
Fee: Donation of $10
www.ornithologygroup.com

April 27: Blucher Park Bird Walks
Walks with leader to identity birds during Migration.
Host: Audubon Outdoor Club, Corpus Christi, Texas
Location: Blucher Park, S. Tancahua St and Carrizo St., Corpus Christi, TX
Time: 7:00 am
Fee: Free
(361) 443-0744
www.audubonoutdoorclub.com

May

May 4: First Saturday Birding
Birders and nature lovers of all experience levels are invited to come out for this guided walk. Jones Park Volunteer and birder Al Barr will lead visitors on a hike to see and document the birds of the park. Binoculars are recommended. Ages 10+.
Host: Jesse Jones Park & Nature Center
Location: 20634 Kenswick Drive, Humble, TX 77338
Time: 7:45 am
Fee: Free
(281) 446-8588
www.hcp4.net/community/parks/jones

May 9 – 12: Birds of Fort Davis Photography Workshop
Join Fort Davis photographer Lee Hoy in the Fort Davis area for four (4) days of photographing the birds in and around the Davis Mountains including private bird blinds. The workshop includes photography, instruction on post-processing your images, and will focus on migrating and resident birds.
Host: Big Bend Birding & Photo Tours
Location: Fort Davis, Texas
Time: May 9 at 5:00 pm – May 12 at 12:00 pm
Fee: $1,199.00 (does not including lodging, transportation to Big Bend National Park, and most meals – see website for more information)
(432) 386-6855
www.TourBigBend.com

June

June 1: Annual Red-vented Bulbul Census
This is an annual survey of Red-vented Bulbuls, an exotic bird species in the Heights area of Houston and surrounding neighborhoods. Anyone who has some experience identifying bulbuls by sight and/or sound is welcome to participate and can sign up by emailing klebwoods@pct3.com.
Host Organization Name: Houston Audubon
Location: The Heights and surrounding neighborhoods in Houston, TX
Time: 7:00 am – 9:00 am
Fee: Free
(713) 932-1639
https://houstonaudubon.org

June 7: Kleb Woods Birding Bus Trip – Exotic bird species of Houston
A Harris County precinct 3 bus will take us to various sites in the Greater Houston Area to look for exotic bird species like Egyptian Goose, Indian Peafowl, Monk parakeet, and Red-vented Bulbul. Must be at least 50 years old to participate.
Host: Kleb Woods Nature Preserve
Location: Bus meets at Kleb Woods Nature Preserve, 20303 Draper Rd. Tomball, TX 77377
Time: 7:00 am – 6:00 pm
Fee: Free
(281) 357-5324
www.pct3.com/parks/kleb-park

July

July 2: First Tuesday Bird Walk
Join professional bird guide Jesse Huth on a walk as we meet and explore a new local birding spot near Wimberley each month. Please contact for more info and to sign up for the walk, the birding site is picked each month based on recent bird reports, but we always meet first at the Wimberley Community Center.
Host: HuthAvian
Location: Wimberley Community Center, 14068 Ranch Rd 12, Wimberley, TX 78676
Time: 7:15 am
Fee: $10
(979) 422-7061
www.HuthAvian.com

August

Aug. 2 – 3: 2019 Bluebird Symposium and Silent Auction FUNdraiser
Presentations, displays, and advice! Presenters include Keith Kridler and Carol Clark. Social dinner with presenter on Friday night.
Host: Texas Bluebird Society
Location: Midlothian Conference Center
Time: TBA Friday evening; 9:00 am – 3:00 pm Saturday
Fee: $25 (extra early bird deadline June 2nd with 20 door prize tickets)
(936) 439-7114, (512) 517-5678
http://2019event.txblues.org



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