Houston Audubon: Caring for Birds after the Flood

LISTEN TO THE PODCAST NOW

Sarah Flournoy is the program manager of Bird Friendly Communities for Houston Audubon and Richard Gibbons is their Conservation director. We discuss the consequences of the flood on our local sanctuaries. Our area is a "highway" for migratory birds. Millions fly across the gulf coast on their way to warmer climates and urbanization has had catastrophic, damaging effects their habitat. We also talk about building bat houses and how to help Audubon count birds which helps them keep track of their evolution. You'll be pleasantly surprised by some of the simple, inexpensive steps you can take to make your yard much more bird-friendly. www.houstonaudubon.org

Public Affairs

title

Content Goes Here