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Become a Texas Master Naturalist

If you desire to give back to your community and are willing to fulfill the Master Naturalist Program requirements, you can become a Master Naturalist volunteer. The program is three-fold: the training session, the volunteer service hours, and advanced training.  Learn more >>

AAMN HERITAGE PROJECTS

WILDSCAPE DEMONSTRATION GARDEN

signThe Alamo Area Master Naturalist Wildscape Demonstration Garden sits on the east bank of the San Antonio River just north of Cesar Chavez. Class #2 created it as a Class Project in the fall of 1997 and it has been maintained by the AAMN volunteers ever since. It features different eco-areas such as Woodlands, Xeric, Shade Gardens and Butterfly Gardens. The habitat attracts songbirds, hawks, water birds, butterflies, bees, hummingbirds, and toads. The Wildscape Demonstration Garden is open to the public and you can learn more about this project here.
PHIL HARDBERGER PARK BIRD WATER FEATURE

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The Bird Water Feature in Phil Hardberger Park provides a dependable year-round source of water for birds and other animals in the park. You can visit the Bird Water Feature at Phil Hardberger Park East, Blanco Road entrance or learn more about this project here.