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Cin-Ty Lee

Cin-Ty Lee is a professor of geology at Rice University. He has been birding for over thirty years and has written numerous identification articles on pewees, dowitchers, orioles and pipits. He teaches ornithology at Rice University. He has been birding in Texas for 16 years and regularly leads bird walks for beginners and experts.

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April 2020
April 18 @ 6:30 am - 2:30 pm

Birding Bolivar is Dick Peake’s favorite local activity! Guests will explore various habitats on the peninsula, e.g., sand flats, grassy prairies, jetties, tidal sloughs, wooded lots, and Fort Travis. The Bolivar sand flats area is known as one of the finest migratory locations in North America for shorebirds, terns, herons, egrets and other water birds. It is a designated habitat for the protection of the endangered, wintering Piping Plover. Joining Dick this year is Cin-Ty Lee. He has extensive birding…

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