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Audubon

Audubon

Audubon

At Falconhead…..

Brown and White Pelicans, Song Birds, Woodpeckers, Ducks, Geese, Herons, Owls, and many types of Sparrows, Orioles, Insect-eating Birds, including the Mississippi Kites abound at Falconhead.

Over 100 types of birds have been ‘twitched’ here. We have the natural environment to provide many species of birds food and shelter. Many raptors, such as Bald Eagles, Prairie Falcons, Kestrel and Peregrine Falcons, Red Tailed Hawks, Red Shoulder Hawks, Sharp-shinned Hawks, Swainson Hawks, Coopers Hawks and Harris Hawks have been identified.

Falconhead is located in the flyway of many migratory birds. We will send out notices to our members when we expect migratory flyovers.

Walking trails and campsites are available. Come visit Falconhead for a fantastic ‘nature’ experience.

Falconhead has set aside additional acres of land to make a sanctuary for birds and a nature trail. We will install natural plants and trees that provide food and shelter to attract additional types of birds, thus growing our over 100 types that now thrive at Falconhead.

Contact barbara@falconhead.org for more information about Falconhead Audubon Society.

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Falconhead Audubon Society

Meeting first Saturday of every month at 10:00 a.m. in the Falcon’s Nest

Become a member today!

If you would like to join the Falconhead Audubon Society, please contact us.
Email to: barbara@falconhead.org or call: 580-276-3341

(You do not have to be a member of Falconhead Property Owners Association to join the Falconhead Audubon Society.)

Falconhead Audubon Society is the National Audubon Chapter for all of Southern Oklahoma and North Texas.