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Bill Clark 2023 Raptor Instruction Workshop

TOS is excited to announce that internationally-recognized raptor expert (and Texas resident) Bill Clark will present another class for us on diurnal raptor identification during the peak of fall raptor migration in Texas. Bill has graciously agreed to conduct this event as a fund-raiser for TOS. 

The classes will be conducted in person on Sept. 29-Oct. 1, 2023 in Corpus Christi. The fee of $150 includes an 18-page course guide to download and print, three classroom sessions on Friday evening, and Saturday and Sunday mornings, plus two field trips nearby to watch for raptors as they stream south for the winter.

Registration is open until Sept. 27, so don't miss this opportunity to bird with and learn from one of the best.

Hotel information and the course guide will be sent upon registration.

Texas Ornithological Society

Welcome to the Amazing World of Texas Birds!

If you love birds, Texas is definitely the place for you! With eight different geographical regions to explore, each offering its own, unique wildlife environment; more than 660 species to be discovered; and a location adjacent to the tropical regions of Mexico and Central America, you never know what you might see when you grab your binoculars and head out!

Texas Ornithological Society is proud to promote the discovery, knowledge, observation and conservation of birds in Texas since 1953.