"Encouraging conservation
through education and research"

Audubon Foundation of Texas
2904 Swiss Ave.
Dallas, TX 7524-5962

Making Texas better by encouraging conservation through education, research, and citizen involvement programs for Texas' birds, wildlife and habitat.  AFT supports Audubon Texas, Audubon Chapters, and sanctuaries statewide.

2009 Collaborative Chapter Grants

2904 Swiss Ave.

Dallas, TX 7524-5962

Phone: 214-370-9735


Austin, TX, May 2009 – The Audubon Foundation of Texas and
Audubon Texas are pleased to announce recipients of the 2009 Collaborative Chapter Grants.  Funds made available by the Foundation are awarded in the categories of Conservation, Education, and Chapter Development/Communications.  Funds from Audubon Texas and the National Audubon Society are awarded in the category of Important Bird Areas.

Conservation Category

Central Texas Audubon Society ($700)
Bird feeders, seed, and checklists for Carleen Bright Arboretum.

Travis Audubon Society ($400)
Chimney swift tower repairs.

Education Category

Coastal Bend Audubon Society ($600)
South Texas birding multimedia education presentations.

Rio Brazos Audubon Society ($850)
Chimney swift tower/education kiosk.

Travis Audubon Society ($550)
8 chimney swift towers - education signage.

Central Texas Audubon Society ($850)
Binoculars and field guides for field trips for schoolchildren.

Fort Worth Audubon Society ($500)
Providing local schools with the Audubon Adventures program.

Chapter Communications & Development Category

Texas Panhandle Audubon Society ($750)
Newsletter production.

Important Bird Areas

Coastal Bend Audubon Society ($7,000)
Research & tracking of purple martin populations with geo-locator technology.


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