Four Seasons Resort and Club Dallas at Las Colinas is known for golf, fine dining and a lavish pool deck.
But it’s also designated as a “certified Audubon cooperative sanctuary.”
The resort has retained certification from Audubon International for its environmental work, including wildlife and habitat management, water conservation, chemical use reduction and safety and outreach and education, according to a press release.
Four Seasons is home to some 74 different wildlife species, including Peregrine falcons, Texas spiny lizards, Eastern screech owls and Mallard ducks.
Sixth-generation farmer Anthony Williams leads landscaping of the 400-acre grounds, working closely with executive chef Christof Syré to plan and harvest the organic herb and produce garden, the press release says.
The resort includes two golf courses: TPC Four Seasons Las Colinas and members-only Cottonwood Valley. The two courses are among 900 worldwide to earn the designation from Audubon International.
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