Field Notes

New Hope Audubon Society

Restoring the Lower Booker Creek Trail to a Bird-Friendly Habitat

January 7th, 2020

A Burke grant from National Audubon was used to buy native plants, and volunteers did the planting and also removed invasive plants to help restore habitat along the Lower Booker Creek Trail. – By Barbara Driscoll

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Living with Cats and Birds

December 19th, 2019

Catherine tells the story of how she is keeping birds and other wildlife safe while assuring a good life for an adopted cat. – By Catherine Bollinger

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Deer Wars

September 13th, 2019

This article explores ways to keep the deer from eating all of your native plants. – by Jim George

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Easing into Nightfall

July 23rd, 2019

It seems like a beautiful evening to sit on my deck and experience the waning day as it turns into night. As I sit still on my porch swing, the world settles down around me.

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Saving the Birds, One Yard at a Time

May 11th, 2019

Find out how important insects are to the ecosystem and how they must be saved from decline to save the birds and ourselves. – by Jim George

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Recovering with Birds

March 24th, 2019

As my doctor chuckled to himself, he said, “Do you really think you can slow down enough to bird watch?”

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Spring Birding in Coastal Southeast Texas

February 14th, 2019

The Texas coast is a world-famous birding site during spring migration and a key area on the flyways for migrating birds.

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How Are Wild Animals Injured?

January 23rd, 2019

Cats and window collisions make up more than 50% of the injury cases the WCC sees each year, and both are preventable! – By Barbara Driscoll

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Jordan Lake Gulls Revisited

January 11th, 2019

Gull numbers were down this year on the Jordan Lake Christmas Bird Count. – by Norm Budnitz

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Leave the Leaves!

November 10th, 2018

Leaves provide nutrients for the trees they came from and also shelter for many insects. – By Barbara Driscoll

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