We Heart Birds


Welcome to Bexar Audubon Society in San Antonio, the area’s official chapter of the National Audubon Society. Bexar Audubon Society promotes the conservation of habitat for birds and other wildlife, supports National Audubon Society’s efforts, and encourages responsible local action through education, research, and advocacy. Read more.

Vermilion Flycatcher by Charles J. Sharp (CC BY-SA 4.0)

Meetings & Events

Feb 26 Meeting Photo

Join us at Eco Centro on the fourth Wednesday of each month at 6:30 PM to learn from enthusiastic guest speakers who share their knowledge and expertise.
Learn more.


Birding Group Outing 1 10 20 Santa Ana

A walk in nature connects us with the bigger picture of life that includes us and gives us a chance to discover the birds, wildlife, plants, geography and geology of our area.
See what’s on the schedule.

Conservation News

LRenderSong Sparrow Cropped

Being invested in the ecological and environmental health of our community is a commitment that Bexar Audubon leadership takes to heart.
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Join & Support



Bexar Audubon Society of San Antonio relies on donations to fund the activities that support our mission. Please click here to find out more about how your donation helps birds and their conservation.


"Ode to a Toad," "Notes on Ball Moss," and other poetic thoughts by environmental writer Mobi Warren.

Birdy Care Package from National Audubon Society.

Abundance of fun activities from Cornell Lab of Ornithology.

Cornell Lab's Bird Academy Classes provide great info.

Visit the new Birds of the World website from Cornell Lab.

Fantastic Audubon resources for kids in Grades 3-6.

Here are 10 nature activities to keep your kids entertained—and they might learn something, too!

National Wildlife Federation has made all of its online educational curriculum
and Ranger Rick activities open-access: click here.

For instant relaxation, check out Texas Parks and Wildlife's Postcard from Texas series,
starting with Coastal Prairie Morning. Access all of them here.

Zoo School shows you how to make a bird feeder.

Resources developed for World Migratory Bird Day; many are suitable for children
(games, coloring pages, activities, etc.) and are FREE downloads, with several in English and Spanish.