Houston Audubon Nature Photography Association
Houston Audubon Nature Photography Association (HANPA) is an informal photo club for Houston Audubon members. Meetings are held September through May on the first Wednesday of each month at 7:00 PM in the Edith L. Moore Sanctuary headquarters library.
April 4, 2018:
Three Amazing Places to Photograph Cranes presented by Ray Bednar.
Ray will present information and images about Bosque del Apache, NM; Platt River, NE, and The Crane House, TX. Ray has been interested in nature and wildlife photography for 10 years.
May 2, 2018:
Birding Cave Creek Canyon, Arizona by Chris Cunningham and Elisa Lewis
Cave Creek Canyon (CCC) in the Chiricahuas of southeast Arizona is one of the great birding meccas of the United States. Especially known for its diversity and abundance of hummingbirds, CCC is one of the great migratory pathways for Neotropical migrant songbirds entering the West and contains birds and other biota from the surrounding deserts, grasslands, and Madrean Highlands (Sky Islands). Since they first visited CCC about five years ago, Chris and Elisa have been drawing up plans to visit as often as possible and ultimately wish to retire to this area. Although they have much yet to learn, join this husband/wife photo-birding team at they relate some of their first avian encounters in this incredible area.
Chris Cunningham, Ph.D. is a geologist and biologist by training and currently teaches physics. Elisa Lewis is a biologist by training and works as an Education Specialist.