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P.O. Box 925516
Houston, Texas

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December, 2020

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Public is invited. Meeting will be via Zoom so contact Commodore Natalie Wiest for details, or to bring your concerns or paddling issues to the attention of the Board.
Meet at the Boat launch on the west bank of the Brazos at SH 36, near Freeport, at 0700. Early star
7:00 AM
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A 29-mile paddle on the Lower end of the Lower Brazos. Essentially from East Columbia to Freeport
Buffalo Bayou or Cypress or Spring Creek, depending on flows and weather.
9:00 AM
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If you want to dodge the relatives, this is for you! A short morning+ trip; bring a turkey sandwich and a Santa hat. It will be Buffalo Bayou, 610 to downtown, or an up-and-back on Cypress or Spring Creek, depending on water levels and tolerance for a shuttle (if on B. Bayou). Trip will be cancelled in case of rain, or weather below 40°.
We will meet at either Cedar Hill Park or the Old River Bridge in Old River/Winfree, depending on we
7:00 AM
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Roughly 15 miles of paddling/bird counting in the cypress swamps of the Trinity River Delta.
FM 787 near Romayor, TX (Liberty County)
7:00 AM
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A 19.5 mile paddle down the Trinity, from FM 787 at Romayor to SH 105, counting birds as we go. This is a great trip to round off you mileage for 2020 and one of the easiest approximately 20 mile runs around. Usually we see lots of eagles, occasionally we get all three likely falcons, and always we get a number of birds that are not duplicated on the other count routes.