Lower Trinity Valley Bird Club meets Dec. 8
LIBERTY, November 30, 2012 - The December meeting of the LOWER TRINITY VALLEY BIRD CLUB will be held on, Saturday, Dec. 8, 2012 at 10:00 a.m. at The FLNB Corner (1822 Sam Houston Av, Liberty, TX) across for the First Liberty National Bank. Directions: from Hwy. 90, turn north on Travis St. (between Kentucky Fried Chicken and Whataburger), cross over the railroad tracks- The FLNB Corner is at the intersection of Sam Houston Av. and Travis St. Be sure to come early at 9:30 a.m. for our “Birder’s Chat” time. If you have any questions call President Gary Holmes at 281-576-0574 or e-mail him at email@example.com.
Our speakers for December will be Richard Cron and Marc Reid from Houston Wilderness. Their presentation will be: Houston Wilderness’ Role in the Region’s Conservation Efforts.
Houston Wilderness is a non-profit collaborative of conservation advocates, corporate partners, economic development organizations and elected officials. Houston Wilderness is dedicated to conservation and promotion of the natural resources and recreational amenities of Southeast Texas
Richard H. Cron is the Director of Public Affairs for Houston Wilderness. Before joining Houston Wilderness, he served clients as a public relations and government affairs consultant advocating on behalf of myriad interests in such areas as environmental quality, healthcare funding and delivery, transportation infrastructure, and land development regulations - working extensively with local, state, and federal elected officials, including regulatory agencies.
Marc Reid is the Director of Conservation, Projects, and Partner Services at Houston Wilderness, and has a strong passion for natural resource planning and conservation. Marc is an avid outdoorsman. His passion is reflected in his wide range of field experience and educational pursuits ranging from wildlife sanctuaries management with Houston Audubon, conservation enforcement with Texas Parks and Wildlife, park operations with Travis County Parks, outdoor recreation planning with Texas AgriLife Extension Service, and watershed planning with the Texas Coastal Watershed Program.
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