Conservation

Trinity River Audubon Center, designed by 2006 AIA Gold Medalist architect Antoine Predock, is the first LEED-certified building constructed by the City of Dallas Park and Recreation Department. Its green features include a vegetated roof, rainwater collection system, energy efficient systems, and recycled materials. The center is surrounded by 200 acres of reclaimed habitat, once an illegal landfill, now a haven for over 200 species of birds and other wildlife in the Great Trinity Forest, prairie and wetland habitat, and the Great Trinity Forest.  Read more here about our conservation efforts and how you can help. 

Citizen Science
Citizen Science

Citizen Science

More than a century ago, Audubon pioneered the idea of citizen science with the first Christmas Bird Count.

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Volunteering
Volunteering

Volunteering

Take conservation into your own hands by volunteering at our center.

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eBird
Birds

eBird

Want to make sure your birding observations count towards more than a sense of satisfaction?

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Priority Birds
Birds

Priority Birds

Birds we restore and protect habitat for.

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How you can help, right now