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Field Trips and Events

Regularly Scheduled Events

Tuesday Morning Birders. The Tuesday Morning Birders meets at 8:00 a.m. every Tuesday morning at the Tulsa Garden Center from November through March and at 7:30 a.m. April through October during Daylight Savings Time. Join us! Call Neely Lowrie, 494-0401 or Patty Moser, 252-2824.


First Saturday of every month. Bird with Oxley Nature Center Staff in Mohawk Park. Meet 8:00 a.m. at parking lot. Call 669-6644 for details.


Fritillary Fridays (Butterfly Watchers). We meet on the 1st & 3rd Friday of the month during season. Most locations will be in the Tulsa area but will also include the Tallgrass Prairie Preserve, Nickel Preserve, Deep Fork NWR, etc. We start around 10:00 and go for a few hours or so depending on how much we see and how hungry we are. Everyone is welcome. Contact Dave Edwards, 865-7398, Bob Gard, 241-4273, or John Fisher, 245-8662 for specific meeting place and time. Our email list is at


2004-2005 Field Trips and Events


September 18 Saturday
Okmulgee State Park and nearby Okmulgee WMA for fall migrants. Contact: Tomye Mainer 459-7582.

October 9 Saturday
Tishomingo NWR for waterfowl and shorebirds. For details contact: Bob Germany, 493-2726.

November 6 Saturday
Gene Howe WMA near Canadian, TX on the Canadian River between Arnett and Pampa. Leader: Ruth Beasley. For details contact Cyndie Browning, 492-5622.

December 4 Saturday
A hiking trip to view the Eagle roosting area with Dave Edward and Bob Gard. Call 241-4273 for details.
December 18 Saturday
Christmas Bird Count. Tulsa Audubon Society will be participating in the 105th consecutive count by the National Audubon Society. For information and to participate, contact Jo Loyd 835-2946.


January 8 Saturday
Eagle Days. Meet between 8 and 10 a.m. in the parking lot of the Watchable Wildlife Area, east of the Corps of Engineers Office on the north side of the Arkansas River at Lake Keystone dam. For information, contact Dave Edwards, 865-7398.

January 16 Sunday
Eagle Days. See January 8 information.

January 17 Monday
Oxley Nature Center Winter Census. To participate, contact Lynda Fritts, 669-6649, 341 -7431

January 22 Saturday
Lake Hefner and Lake Overholser, Oklahoma City for gulls and wintering waterfowl. For details, contact Paul & Patty Moser, 252-2824.

February 5 Saturday
Lake Tenkiller for loons and waterfowl. Leader: Jim Arterburn 481-5077.
February 27 Sunday
Afternoon trip with Bonnie Gall to Copan and Hulah Lakes for waterfowl and possibly owls. Contact Jo Loyd 835-2946.

March 26 Saturday
Redbud Valley Nature Preserve for early wildflowers and birds. Leader: Donna Horton, 587-0522,
April 23 Saturday
Choleta Bottoms and Lake Spavinaw area for early spring warblers and migrants. Meet 8:00 a.m. at the Reasor's parking lot at the intersection of SH28 & 82. Leader: Pat Seibert 747-4202.
April 30 Saturday
Keystone Ancient Forest Preserve for Scarlet Tanagers and summer residents. Contact: John Fisher 245-8662.

May 7 Saturday
Big Day Count. Tulsa Audubon Society annual day-long, county-wide census of migrant and resident species. Organizer: Jo Loyd 835-2946.

May 13-15
Rich Mountain and Mena, AR area. Leaders Bruce & Lana Ewing. Contact Jo Loyd 835-2946.

June 25-26
Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge, early Saturday, 25th for Black-capped Vireos with Joe Grzybowski and late Saturday at Hackberry Flat to bird the flats on the 26th. For details contact Cyndie Browning 492-5622, . Or Patty Moser, 252-2824
July 8-10
We will visit the Tour sponsored by Oklahoma Department of Wildlife to the Selman Bat Caves near Freedom, OK. We will try to attend the Thursday evening outing, but if it is full, the Friday should work just fine. For an additional fee, you can join the ODWC astronomers after the Bat Watch for an evening under the stars. Of course during daylight hours we’ll be birding, and during the heat of the day we can visit the Alabaster Caverns to cool off. Want to come along for the fun? As the OK Dept. of Wildlife Conservation requires advance registration (and advance payment: $10/adult & $5/ youth under 12), sign up at the ODWC website Contact Peter Lowen at 296-3093.



Previous Year's Field Trip Schedules

Tulsa Audubon Field Trips 2003-2004

Tulsa Audubon Field Trips 2002-2003

Tulsa Audubon Field Trips 2001-2002




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