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Armand Bayou Nature Center

The gallery contains pictures and small blogs submitted by volunteers highlighting the wide variety of activities and wildlife found at the Armand Bayou Nature Center

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BLACK VULTURES

Posted by Gaye Batiz on June 10, 2013 10:34 CDT
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SCARLET TANAGER

Posted by Gaye Batiz on May 5, 2013 13:14 CDT
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Birds abound at Armand Bayou Nature Center.  The old Mulberry Tree has almost been stripped of its bountiful berries. This Scarlet Tanager was very visible.

Spring has sprung

Posted by Gaye Batiz on May 1, 2013 21:19 CDT
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It's beautiful out at the nature center, so green after the rain, sweet smells from the honeysuckle and lizard tails and lots of berries..... time to go and take a walk.
 

NEST BUILDING TIME

Posted by Gaye Batiz on May 1, 2013 21:17 CDT
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Yellow-crowned Night Heron is building at nest at Armand Bayou Nature Center.  Think this is probably just a practice as there was no sign of a partner.  

WARMING UP

Posted by Gaye Batiz on May 1, 2013 21:16 CDT
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Who are you looking at?

WARMING UP

Posted by Gaye Batiz on May 1, 2013 21:06 CDT
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Female Red-tailed Hawk catching some rays.......

WARMING UP

Posted by Gaye Batiz on May 1, 2013 21:05 CDT
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This cattle egret was submerged in water, I stopped because I thought it was in trouble but then discovered it was just his way of staying cool!

MORE VISITORS PASSING THROUGH

Posted by Gaye Batiz on February 15, 2013 21:51 CST
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TO ALL BIRDERS....

Posted by Gaye Batiz on February 15, 2013 21:49 CST
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The migration has started and if you take advantage of this cooler weather to venture out to Armand Bayou, you may be fortunate enough to see some of the Pine Siskins that are visiting the feeders.  Lots of Cedar Waxwings and American Robins along with Goldfinches are to be found and lots more. 

VOLUNTEER APPRECIATION DINNER

Posted by Gaye Batiz on January 17, 2013 21:19 CST
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On behalf of all the volunteers I would like to applaud Tom and the Staff for a very pleasant evening and give big congratulations to our Exceptional Volunteer - David Kovach.  

It was a great evening with many turning up in hawaiian shirts making for a colorful setting.  

Thanks also to Lynam Brown for providing the photographs.

 

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