Guide to San Antonio Natural Areas & Greenway Trails

Talking Points

WINTER
The Ashe Juniper Stan Drezek, AAMN
SA Area Cultural History Steve Tomka, UTSA Archaeology
Whitney Lytle
Importance of Snags Wendy Leonard, COSA Natural Areas
Exotic Invasive Plants Jessica Leslie, AAMN
SPRING
Live Oak/Ashe Juniper Ecosystem Christine Westerman, SWCA Environmental Consultants
Area Birds Patricia (Patsy) Kuentz, AAMN
Area Reptiles Fred Wills, EAA
Area Wildflowers Patty Leslie Pasztor, AAMN
SUMMER
Texas Kidneywood Ron Tullius, AAMN
Prickly Pear Cactus Jessica Leslie, AAMN
Savanna Restoration Stan Drezek, AAMN
Tasajillo Stan Drezek, AAMN
FALL
Texas Persimmon Jessica Leslie, AAMN
Area Wildlife Christine Westerman, SWCA Environmental Consultants
History of Voelcker Farm Wendy Thornton, AAMN
Yucca & Yucca Moths Wendy Leonard, COSA Natural Areas
ADDITIONAL TALKING POINTS
Agarita Stan Drezek, AAMN
Insects Molly Keck & Alexa Ortiz, Texas A&M Agrilife Extension Service
Riparian Areas Peggy Darr, formerly COSA Medina River Natural Area
Learning Landscape Wendy Drezek, AAMN
Grasses Dr. Floyd Waller, Native Plant Society of Texas–SA Chapter
Ethnobotany Janis Merritt, Native Plant Society of Texas–SA Chapter
Geology Tom Dukes
Butterflies Joanne Wells
What You Should Know About Soil David M. Vaughan, a Certified Arborist

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

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