Field Trip to the Southside Waste Water Treatment Plant - Dallas
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Southside Waste Water Treatment Plant
Saturday, May 12, 2 6:30 AM
Leader: Bob Stone
Meeting Place: Front gates of Southside Waste Water Treatment Plant promptly at 6:30 AM.
Reservations required: There is a 12 person limit for this field trip. Participants must e-mail Bob Stone at firstname.lastname@example.org before 6:00 pm, May 6. In your e-mail, include your home and e-mail address, and phone number. Bob will then confirm your place on the accepted list by e-mail or will let you know if no positions are available. For those without access to a computer, you can call Bob at 214-351-2940 to reserve your place and then supply him with your personal information. (Note: E-mail is the preferred method of communication.)
Directions: At the junction of 175 and 635 (LBJ). Turn SE toward Kaufman. Go to the third side road - Beltline. Turn SE or right onto Beltline. Go 1.5 miles to the parking lot outside the entrance and meet Bob there.
Potential Sightings: Shorebirds, raptors, wading birds.
Field Trip Length: half day
To ensure our members and visitors have maximum opportunities to observe birds and nature, Audubon Dallas, Fort Worth Audubon Society, and Prairie & Timbers Audubon Society have agreed to put links on our Field Trips pages to the web pages of the other chapters. To check out what the other chapters are planning, you can go to these links. Let's go birding!