Houston Audubon - 4:30
Helen E. Drummond, Executive Director
Posted Feb 20, 2018
Houston Audubon is a regional nonprofit conservation, education and advocacy organization that focuses on protecting the natural environment for birds and people. A significant part of our work is owning and managing nature sanctuaries to protect habitat for birds and provide people recreational opportunities in nature. We were accredited as a land trust in July 2017. Helen E. Drummond, Executive Director talked about their upcoming Birdathon.
Hosted by: Michael Bybee Produced by: Houston Newsmakers Team

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