Celebrate International Vulture Awareness Day at the Blackland Prairie Raptor Center on Saturday, September 4. Learn how vultures are important to our environment, enjoy vulture-themed activities, and meet live raptor… Read More →
by: Stephen J. O’Shea It has been almost six months since winter storm Uri blanketed Texas in a week-long freeze and, despite ample rain, many Texas trees are still showing signs of stress. Tufts of leaves give some a patchy, inverted look – while others are losing vast amounts of bark, or seemingly dying overnight – leaving many Texas home and landowners wondering what they should do. #winterstormuri #trees
Charlise Hill-Larson, 2019
Join us on Saturday July 17th, 8:30pm, at the Spring Creek Forest Preserve, 1770 Holford Road, Garland, Texas. Join Sam Kieschnick as he kicks off the event for North Texas. Our July AT Speaker, Kimberlie Sasan, will also be there. The event is coordinated with National Moth Week which celebrates the beauty, lifecycles and habitats of moths. This event has been approved for 1 hour of AT and is hosted by the Preservation Society for Spring Creek Forest and the Garland Parks and Recreation Department.