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Field Trip - The JK Ranch
Join us for a special trip to the JK Ranch, which is a beautiful 94 acre tract owned by WAG member Karen Pair and husband James, overlooking the North San Gabriel River just West of Lake Georgetown. We will be looking for sparrows, raptors and other early winter birds. Karen will graciously make her restroom and patio with bird feeders available to our group. The view from her patio is incredible, and Karen said her coffee pot will be on for us. After watching her feeders, we will walk & bird the many nature trails they have created on their property. For directions to the meeting spot, see "How to find us" on the right hand side of this page. Please consider carpooling as parking is limited. The ranch gate will be opened starting about 7:30 AM on the trip day of 11/28. Sign-ups for this trip will open on November 14. Our trips usually last around 3 hours, but of course you can leave early or stay late as you desire. Remember to bring your binoculars, water and snack if you wish. You should dress for the weather and closed toe shoes are recommended. Please note that Williamson Audubon Group field trips are intended for our dues paying members. You are welcome to attend one regular field trip as our guest, but you should be a paid-up member to come on subsequent trips. To become a paid-up member, go to the WAG Meetup home page and use the link under "What We're About" to get the membership form and information on mailing in your membership fee.

JK Ranch

900 County Road 261 · Georgetown, tx


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Mission: Williamson Audubon Group promotes the appreciation of birds by sharing knowledge and experience.
To join our group, follow the following link to the Membership Application. Print it off and mail in or bring to the next general meeting.

Meetings and Field Trips: To accomplish our mission, WAG will hold bi-monthly field trips from September through May and provide four evening programs during the year. Those persons interested in birding at all levels of expertise are encouraged to join us. We especially encourage beginners.

On this website you can share pictures, check the calendar for upcoming events, participate in discussions and contact fellow members. We encourage the sharing of unusual sightings, the posting of bird lists from your times in the field, and your suggestions for activities for the group. Our goal is to provide a forum as well as have fun and enjoy all of nature with a focus on birds.

For information about birding sites in and near Williamson County, visit ( The Central Texas Birding website is operated by members of Williamson Audubon Group and Travis Audubon Society.

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