Guide to San Antonio Natural Areas & Greenway Trails

Talking Points:  Original Seasonal Series

WINTER
T1 Ashe Juniper Stan Drezek, AAMN
T2 SA Area Cultural History Steve Tomka, UTSA Archaeology
Whitney Lytle
T3 Importance of Snags Wendy Leonard, COSA Natural Areas
T4 Exotic Invasive Plants Jessica Leslie, AAMN
SPRING
T5 Live Oak/Ashe Juniper Ecosystem Christine Westerman, SWCA Environmental Consultants
T6 Area Birds Patricia (Patsy) Kuentz, AAMN
T7 Area Reptiles Fred Wills, EAA
T8 Area Wildflowers Patty Leslie Pasztor, AAMN
SUMMER
T9 Texas Kidneywood Ron Tullius, AAMN
T10 Prickly Pear Cactus Jessica Leslie, AAMN
T11 Savanna Restoration Stan Drezek, AAMN
T12 Tasajillo Stan Drezek, AAMN
FALL
T13 Texas Persimmon Jessica Leslie, AAMN
T14 Wildlife Christine Westerman, SWCA Environmental Consultants
T15 History of Voelcker Farm Wendy Thornton, AAMN
T16 Yucca & Yucca Moths Wendy Leonard, COSA Natural Areas

Talking Points:  Series II

T17 Agarita Stan Drezek, AAMN
T18 Insects Molly Keck, Texas AgriLife Extension Service
T19 Riparian Areas Peggy Darr, Former City of San Antonio’s Nature Preserve Officer
for the Medina River Natural Area,
T20 Engaging Children in Nature Learning:  Learning Landscapes Wendy Drezek, AAMN
T21 Grasses Floyd Waller
T22 Ethnobotany Janis Merritt, AAMN
T23 Phil Hardberger Park Geology Tom Dukes, a past chair of the Alamo Group of the Sierra Club
T24 Butterflies Joanne Wells

Talking Points:  Series III

T25 What You Should Know About Soil David M. Vaughan, a Certified Arborist
T26 Ecosystem Services – Nature Pays Big Dividends Jewell Cozort, COSA Park Naturalist

A project of the Alamo Area Master Naturalists working with the Phil Hardberger Conservancy and Alamo Group of the Sierra Club

© 2012 Alamo Area Master Naturalists

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