P.O. Box 6051

Liberty, TX 77575

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713-366-1722

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Our Purpose .......

The Lower Trinity Valley Bird Club is a non-profit conservation organization, dedicated to the preservation and educational study of the birds of Texas. 

Our meetings are held at the First Liberty National National Bank, 1900 Sam Houston, Liberty, TX. We do not meet in the summer but Fall and Spring. 

Field Trip 

January 11            Cattail Marsh, Beaumont, TX

Next Meeting!

The January meeting of the LOWER TRINITY VALLEY BIRD CLUB will be held on, Thursday, Jan 9, 2020 at 6:30 p.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 for our “Birder’s Chat” time. If you have any questions call President Gary Holmes at 713-366-9359 or e-mail him at geholmes52@gmail.com

 

Our speaker will be Todd Merendino. His presentation will be “Ducks Unlimited Conservation Efforts in Texas”

 

Todd Merendino grew up in the rice fields and marshes of southeast Texas (graduating from Hardin-Jefferson High School) and has enjoyed the opportunity to get paid to "play" in the mud and water as his dad likes to say. Todd has a B.S. in Wildlife Management and an M.S. in Wildlife Science from Texas Tech University, and a Ph.D. in Zoology from the University of Western Ontario.

 

In pursuit of his formal education and during his employment, Todd has been able to work in the waterfowl wintering grounds of Texas, the breeding grounds of Canada's prairie pothole region, and the farmlands and boreal forest areas of Central Ontario. Todd is currently the Manager of Conservation Programs for Ducks Unlimited in Texas and oversees DU's conservation efforts on private lands and public lands in Texas, Oklahoma, and New Mexico.

 

Todd previously worked with Texas Parks and Wildlife Department as a project leader of the Central Coast Wetlands Ecosystem Project, and oversaw habitat management, research, and public hunting activities on state-owned Wildlife Management Areas along middle Texas Coast.