Welcome  to  the  Bird  Study  Group


The Bird Study Group is a northwestern Louisiana organization of birders based in Shreveport. The Bird Study Group offers field trips, bird discussions, a bird sighting database, and other programs for people with an interest in birds. Regular meetings are held the second Tuesday of each month except June, July, and August.

The next meeting of the Shreveport Bird Study Group is scheduled for Tuesday, December 12 in the LSUS Museum Annex., @ 6:30 p.m. Come at 6 p.m. to chat with other birders before the meeting.

Longtime BSG member, Dr. Charles Lyon, will provide a program on:

“St. Paul Island and It’s Birds.”

Dr. Lyon is both a master birder and a master photographer and will highlight the birds he recorded recently on a trip to St. Paul Island in the Pribilofs, located several hundred miles off the west coast of the Alaska mainland.

For additional information, contact:

Larry R. Raymond

Spring 2023 Bird Walks. Click here for the flyer with upcoming dates.
Red River National Wildlife Refuge
150 Eagle Bend Point
Bossier City, LA 71112

BSG programs are free and open to the public. For more information or directions to the Museum Annex, you can call 318-347-3134 or email: lrraymond@aol.com. Click here for a map to the Museum Annex at LSU Shreveport.

Please keep appropriate social distance at the meeting.

Reminder: 2023 Membership Dues can be paid at the meeting.

The Bird Study Group is a non-profit membership-based organization devoted to the observation, study, and enjoyment of birds. The BSG is open to anyone with an interest in any aspect of birdwatching, study, or conservation.

"Lunch Time" Great Egret, C. Bickham Dickson Park, Shreveport, LA. Photo by Cran Lucas.

"Let no one tell you again that science is only for specialists; it is not. It is no different from history or good talk or reading a novel; some people do it better and some worse; some make a life's work of it; but it is within the reach of everybody."
Jacob Bronowski in "A Sense of the Future" (1977, Cambridge, MA, MIT Press, p. 4)