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2018 Georgetown Christmas Bird Count
The 2018 Georgetown-Andice Christmas Bird Count will be held on Friday, December 14. Birders of all experience levels are invited to join the count and there is no fee for participating. You can bird all day or part of the day as you wish. The count area is a 15 mile diameter circle including Lake Georgetown, Sun City and surrounding areas around Georgetown. The circle has been divided into 7 areas with a leader for each area. If you have participated in the past, you can contact your area leader to get meeting information. If you haven't participated in the past you can contact Ed Rozenburg at [masked] or Martin Byhower at [masked] to sign up and get assigned to a team. PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU CANNOT SIGN UP FOR THE COUNT ON THIS MEETUP WEBSITE. YOU NEED TO CONTACT A TEAM LEADER OR ED ROZENBURG OR MARTIN BYHOWER AS DETAILED ABOVE.

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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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