Flying High on High Island

Jones, Sara Askew
April 2006
Southern Living;Apr2006, Vol. 41 Issue 4, p129
The article features the beautiful paradise of High Island in Texas. Every spring, warblers, thrushes, buntings, and other neotropical migrants visit the area. The Houston Audubon Society, a nonprofit organization, owns and maintains the four bird sanctuaries in High Island. Among the most desired sanctuaries are the Boy Scout Woods Bird Sanctuary, which is filled with mulberry, oak, and hackberry trees, and the bigger Smith Oaks Bird Sanctuary, which has wetlands, fields, and ponds.


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