Birding the Border

Join us Thurs., April 16 to Sat., April 18, 2020 in Val Verde County, Texas, for a birding festival in the borderlands of southwest Texas! Upon arrival, you will learn about the area and expected species while enjoying a wonderful Kickoff Social on Weds., April 15th at 6:30 p.m. The next three days will be full of choices for you to bird on both public lands and private ranches in a variety of habitats, with educational programs and a trade show during the heat of the day. We will travel through the Edwards Plateau, South Texas Brush, and unique habitats of the Del Rio area to find target species such as golden-cheeked warbler, black-capped vireo, white-collared seedeater, black-tailed gnatcatcher, elf owl, and all three species of kingfisher.

*Schedule & locations are subject to change based upon landowners, birds, and weather.*

Your Birding the Border Experience Includes:

1-Day Pass ($125.00) – Transportation to and from birding locations, birding with a professional guide and birding buddy, 1 lunch, social token (Weds. or Thurs.), access to the trade show and Birding with Extension guest speakers

2-Day Pass  ($200.00) – Transportation to and from birding locations, birding with a professional guide and birding buddy, 2 lunches, 2 social tokens (Weds. and Thurs.), access to the trade show and Birding with Extension guest speakers

3-Day Pass ($300.00) – Transportation to and from birding locations, birding with a professional guide and birding buddy, 3 lunches, 2 social token (Weds. and Thurs.), access to the trade show and Birding with Extension guest speakers

                                                 

 


 

Can’t get enough birding? The Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service has two exciting Birding with Texas A&M AgriLife Extension programs: Birding the Border and Birding the Hills.

                    

 

These events are days full of birding in Texas and include educational programs, tours on private and public lands and so much more.

 

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