“Birding Southeast Texas Hotspots” Presentation

November 28, 2016 @ 7:30 pm – 8:30 pm
People's Church
1758 10th St N
Kalamazoo, MI 49009
Larry Boutelle

Thinking about going south for a little bit? Maybe an evening enjoying the birds of Southeast Texas will help. Ric Pedler and Charlie DeWitt will take us on a photo journey to that corner of Texas east of Houston and a little bit into Louisiana to enjoy the birds and natural areas. High Island, Anahuac National Wildlife Refuge, the Bolivar Peninsula, Texas Point, and Louisiana’s Sabine National Wildlife Refuge create a cluster of birding destinations that may set us yearning for our own winter migration.
Amateur (from the Latin amator – one who loves) birders, Ric and Charlie will share some of their photographs and stories of birding in these Southeast Texas hotspots. Charlie’s interests go beyond birds to bugs and flowers. Ric has carried his recreational birding and amateur photography into a job (amateur) as President of the Muskegon County Nature Club (Michigan Audubon).
Sounds like a great getaway evening. Come join us on Monday, November 28, at the People’s Church, 1758 North 10th Street, Kalamazoo. Our program starts at 7:30 PM and is preceded by a social time with light refreshments at 7:00 PM. Guests and the general public are encouraged to attend. Handicap parking and access is at either the front or rear entrance of the building. Please remember to bring your own coffee mug to reduce our dishwashing.