Travis Audubon promotes the enjoyment, understanding, and conservation of native birds and their habitats in Central Texas and beyond. Travis Audubon was founded in 1952 by visionary Central Texans who recognized the vital connection between conserving wildlife habitat and the ecological balance necessary for healthy, sustainable and habitable communities. Travis Audubon is one of over 450 chapters of the National Audubon Society.
Travis Audubon Membership Levels We invite you to join Travis Audubon as a local chapter member and help support Central Texas birds and other wildlife and their habitats! Your Travis Audubon membership entitles you to these exclusive benefits: · Use of our 715-acre Baker Sanctuary in Leander […]
Through our education and conservation programs, Travis Audubon is raising awareness about the mounting threat that urban development presents to our local and migratory birds and their habitats. We have found that inspiring people to celebrate birds and wildlife naturally leads them to participate in habitat protection efforts. A constituency […]
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Purchase Tickets & Tables * Auction Items * Sponsors Honorary Host Committee Co-Chairs Victor Emanuel & Carter Smith Committee Jennifer Bristol & Thomas Nilles, the Hon. Barbara & Jerry Carlson, Oskar & Frances Cerbins, The Hon. Lloyd & Dr. Libby Doggett, the Hon. Sarah Eckhardt, Maydelle & Sam Fason, the Hon. […]
Ecological Value: Birds are an essential part of the natural system. They are essential as pollinators and for seed dispersal of many plants, especially native plants. Birds also feed on a variety of insects, rodents, and other small animals, naturally keeping those populations in check and ensuring a proper balance […]
April 1 – May 15, 2016 Birdathon is one of Travis Audubon’s most engaging and entertaining ways to protect Central Texas native birds. Like a walkathon, Birdathon participants collect pledges for finding and counting bird species. We’re also adding a new element this year for participants who prefer to attend […]