Texas Panhandle Audubon Society

PO Box 60812
Canyon, TX 79016

About Us:

The Texas  Panhandle Audubon Society (TPAS) is the oldest environmental organization in the Texas panhandle.  Founded in 1952 by a small group of conservationists, TPAS members engaged in social bird-watching activities but also undertook scientific work.  Specifically, by 1962, the group engaged in the annual Christmas Bird Count and other counts that have produced a substantive record of avian population and migration over the decades.

TPAS has held many public programs over the years, inviting experts to speak on subjects ranging from bird identification to Texas water issues to local pioneer histories.

In addition, TPAS has been engaged in activities that seek to promote environmental awareness and stewardship, including land in Donley County, trail and habitat building in partnership with other organizations in the region.

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