AT IN-PERSON Texas Riparian & Stream Ecosystem Workshop Hickory Creek Watershed

Hello BPTMN Members, If you are interested in Texas Riparian & Stream Ecosystem Training focusing on the Hickory Creek Watershed in Denton, this is the workshop for you.  Deadline to register is Tuesday, November 29.  See details below.   Program:  Texas Riparian & Stream Ecosystem Workshop – Hickory Creek Watershed Date:  Saturday, December 10, 2022... Read More →

Event Series (AT) ONLINE – #TMNTuesday

(AT) ONLINE – #TMNTuesday LOGGING VH:  You can earn AT (amount TBD based on length of presentation) for attending this #TMNTuesday. Log as AT: TMN Tuesday. You can count this session as Advanced Training hours, whether you participate in the live presentation or watch the recorded session.

Event Series (AT) Nature at Night at Oak Point Park

(AT) Nature at Night at Oak Point Park

Oak Point Park Nature and Retreat Center 5901 Los Rios Blvd, Plano, TX, United States

Cost:  $5  Registration is Required  Register Here See a different side of nature, exploring the stars and night sky. A Texas Master Naturalist will guide you through the nature preserve while you learn about the many constellations, how to navigate at night, astronomy and even the nocturnal animals in the area. There is walking on... Read More →

AT In-Person Third Saturday Education Programs at BPRC Brockdale Park

Blackland Prairie Raptor Center 1625 Brockdale Park Road, Lucas, TX, United States

Hi Blackland Prairie Master Naturalists! Looking for a fun, educational and free activity?  Visit Brockdale Park, at the Blackland Prairie Raptor Center, to participate in the Third Saturday Program, which will include a Birding for Beginners class and two scheduled prairie walks.  This is on ongoing program.   Program:  Third Saturday Educational Programs at Blackland... Read More →

AT ONLINE – Plant Party: Planting a Seed


Hi there BPTMN! This series of webinars puts the spotlight on Texas vegetation. Dubbed “Plant Party,” this series of virtual events offers participants helpful tips for identifying key species, management guidance, and ecological principles to provide context for the presence and purpose of these plants on the landscape.  It’s online, it’s free and there are... Read More →