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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 – Hummingbirds, Special in Many Ways – Session 1

ZOOM

Program:  Hummingbirds, Special in Many Ways Presenter:  Gailon Brehm Description:   Hummingbirds that visit the flowers in our back yards are quite different from other small birds like chickadees, robins, cardinals, and buntings that occupy the same habitat. These little beauties can fly backwards and probe nectar deep withing flowers because of fundamental features of their anatomy. This talk... Read More →

(AT) Deep Dive – Hummingbirds, Special in Many Ways

ZOOM

Program:  Hummingbirds, Special in Many Ways Presenter:  Gailon Brehm Description:   Hummingbirds that visit the flowers in our back yards are quite different from other small birds like chickadees, robins, cardinals, and buntings that occupy the same habitat. These little beauties can fly backwards and probe nectar deep withing flowers because of fundamental features of their anatomy. This talk... Read More →

(AT) Texas Trees

Microsoft TEAMS

Events  Texas Trees - VIRTUAL Trees are without a doubt, our most valuable landscape investment! Whether you’re interested in their ornamental value for your property, their contribution to energy and water savings at your home or business, or the many other ecosystem services they provide, this program covers it. Branch out and join us to learn... Read More →