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Lake Houston Park, on FM 1485, east of US 59 at New Caney.
A 15-mile bird count paddle on Peach Creek, Caney Creek, and the East Fork of the San Jacinto River. We will meet at 0700 at the entrance to Lake Houston Wilderness Park on FM 1495 and head down to the Caney Creek Canoe Launch, which is actually on Peach Creek. This is an out-and-back trip, so no need to shuttle. We will count birds along the creeks and on the back sloughs. This is usually a very pleasant, unhurried event, in a very pretty part of the upper Lake Houston watershed.
Hear Louis Aulbach and Linda Gorski present their program on paddling the Great Unknown of the Rio Grande They will also bring copies of paddling guides to the rivers and bayous of Texas including the Rio Grande, the Devils, the Pecos and Buffalo Bayou.
This is West Hansen‘s race on the Colorado, from Austin to Bastrop. It is one of the most entertaining races on the schedule. It starts in the dark, and unless you hurry, ends in the dark. Beautiful stretch of river, two dam portages, usually interesting weather, and great people. Give it a shot. Safety meeting is Friday January 24.
Landmark River Oaks Theatre
The Wild & Scenic Film Festival On Tour is returning to the Bayou City for two inspiring nights of environmental cinema on January 28 and 29, 2020. Hosted for the sixth straight year by the Citizens’ Environmental Coalition, this ever-popular film fest will be screened once again at the historic River Oaks Theatre.