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Registration for the Annual Meeting

BPTMN Chapter Members: As you know, the 21st Texas Master Naturalist Program Annual Meeting will be hosted online starting Wednesday October 14th through Saturday October 17th. The Event Website is now LIVE with lots of information about this years Annual Meeting – check it out: https://cvent.me/5VDPlq Registration will open on Wednesday, August 5.  Now is the... Read More →

(AT) Deep Dive – A Bird for all Seasons…the Straight Poop on Screech Owls – Session 1

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Program:  DEEP DIVE:  A Bird for all Seasons...the Straight Poop on Screech Owls Presenter:  Ed Ellerbe Description:   Ed will discuss the physiology and natural history of Eastern Screech Owls and provide guidance how to build a nest box and attract resident owls. Ed earned a Chemistry degree from Virginia Tech (go Hokies!). He worked for ESSO Research and... Read More →

(AT) Deep Dive – A Bird for all Seasons…the Straight Poop on Screech Owls – Session 2

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Program:  DEEP DIVE:  A Bird for all Seasons...the Straight Poop on Screech Owls Presenter:  Ed Ellerbe Description:   Ed will discuss the physiology and natural history of Eastern Screech Owls and provide guidance how to build a nest box and attract resident owls. Ed earned a Chemistry degree from Virginia Tech (go Hokies!). He worked for ESSO Research and... Read More →

(AT) DFW Socially Distant BioBlitz: How-To’s with sambiology

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Program:  DFW Socially Distant BioBlitz: How-To's with sambiology Presenter:  Sam Kieschnick Description:   In preparation for the Fall Socially Distant iNaturalist BioBlitz planned for September 6-12, DFW Urban Biologist Sam Kieschnick will be presenting a Zoom webinar to provide information about the BioBlitz event and to share important tips on observing, identifying and monitoring iNaturalist projects.... Read More →