P.O. Box 6051

Liberty, TX 77575

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713-366-1722

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About Us

The Lower Trinity Valley Bird Club is a non-profit conservation organization, dedicated to the preservation and educational study of the birds of Texas. Meeting monthly from September to May with the exception of April, at 10 A.M. on the second Saturday of each month at the First Liberty National Bank, 1900 Sam Houston, Liberty Texas.

 

Our membership actively supports local sites such as the Anahuac and Trinity River National Wildlife Refuges, HAS Sanctuaries and TOS Sabine Woods.

 

Our other activities include:

  1. Publication of The Wood Duck Newsletter (can be viewed at our website)

  2. Monthly meetings with interesting guest speakers and friendly members

  3. Monthly field trips in our area (daytrip- carpool to the sites)

  4. Beginner Birding Instruction and speakers

  5. Yearly out-of-area 4-5 day trip to Birding sites

Every other year, the Lower Trinity Valley Bird Club elects officers to serve two year terms. Here are our officers for 2017-2018:

  • Gary Holmes, President

  • David Knutson, Vice President

  • Renie O'Connor, Secretary

  • Shelli Ellerbe, Treasurer

  • Shelli Ellerbe, Newsletter Editor

  • Lisa Holmes, Website Master

  • Stuart Marcus and Lisa Holmes, Programs

Lower Trinity Valley Bird Club

Visitors and new members are always welcome!

David Dauphin Memorial Fund

Purpose: To fund activities that introduces and develops birding and nature appreciation and knowledge among the youth of Liberty and the surrounding counties. Managed by the LTVBC David Dauphin (1946-2015): David was a passionate and extremely knowledgeable birder and naturalist. Also, he was a gifted teacher who was able to instruct in a way so as not to embarrass the misinformed.   David was instrumental in the formation of the Lower Trinity Valley Bird Club and the Friends of the Trinity River Refuge.  David and Jan, his wife, were generous in all ways as they shared their time and talents with many in Liberty County.