Welcome
Welcome
Welcome to the Mitchell Lake Audubon Center.  From hiking up to seven miles of trails to relaxing on our porch watching hummingbirds and pollinators - and from world class birding in our various habitats to free family programs, events and citizen science projects - Mitchell Lake Audubon Center is SURE to have something for everyone.  Come visit!    
Membership at Mitchell Lake Audubon Center
Membership at Mitchell Lake Audubon Center
Membership has never been more valuable and fun at Mitchell Lake Audubon Center! With a variety of ongoing member perks as well as member events, membership at MLAC has something for everyone. Consider joining today and receive great benefits such as discounts on entry and nature store items, extended hours, and guest passes. And with over 7 miles of trails and 300 types of birds, it is a nature lovers paradise. JOIN US TODAY.
Shorebird Saturday
Shorebird Saturday
Learn about shorebirds without going all the way to the coast!
Nature of Learning
Nature of Learning
Mitchell Lake's Nature of Learning program consists of hands-on activities relating to ecology, scientific observation, resource management, and citizenship.
11th Annual Hoot & Harvest Festival!
11th Annual Hoot & Harvest Festival!
Save the Date!  October 17th is the 11th Annual Hoot & Harvest Festival.  A FREE community event that features a day of fun-filled and family-friendly activities that will entertain, engage, and educate everyone about the wondrous world of nature. 

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Office Location

Mitchell Lake Audubon Center
10750 Pleasanton Road
San Antonio, TX 78221
210-628-1639
210-628-1642
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Community Programs

At Mitchell Lake Audubon Center we have something for everyone!
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Education Programs

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Birding Tours

Experience the amazing variety of the birds of MLAC!
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