The Texas Panhandle Audubon Society (TPAS) was founded in 1952 by local conservationists in order to serve the 26 counties of the panhandle. As the region’s oldest environmental advocacy group, TPAS engages in scientific investigation, cultural and educational outreach, and social/field activities.
The Horned Lark's Prairie, the organization’s newsletter, was so named to emphasize the connection between birds and their prairie homes. This link is important when many of the short-grass prairie birds are suffering serious population declines.
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