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VH In-Person Lights Out Dallas Bird Survey

Calling All BPTMN Early Risers! It’s once again time to help our feathered friends as they migrate through our area.  One way to do this is to join the Lights Out Dallas Team to conduct surveys in downtown Dallas to find and identify birds that have not made the trip through successfully.  This work can... Read More →

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VH – Erwin Park Prairie Restoration Project

Erwin Park Prairie Restoration Project Erwin Park in McKinney, meet at the Hilltop Pavilion parking lot bring gloves, loppers, water and trash bag We will be keeping fence line under story raised 6 feet, cutting little trees out of the prairie, picking up litter and gathering seed in season. Dave Powell 4694503712

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VH In-Person Lights Out Dallas Bird Survey

Calling All BPTMN Early Risers! It’s once again time to help our feathered friends as they migrate through our area.  One way to do this is to join the Lights Out Dallas Team to conduct surveys in downtown Dallas to find and identify birds that have not made the trip through successfully.  This work can... Read More →

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VH In-Person Lights Out Dallas Bird Survey

Calling All BPTMN Early Risers! It’s once again time to help our feathered friends as they migrate through our area.  One way to do this is to join the Lights Out Dallas Team to conduct surveys in downtown Dallas to find and identify birds that have not made the trip through successfully.  This work can... Read More →

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(VH) Clymer Meadow Preserve

Clymer Meadow Preserve 4318 FM 1562, Celeste, TX

  Clymer Meadow Preserve Gilgai are one of the unusual features at Clymer.  These microtopographic features are irregular basins arranged in honeycomb-like patterns on level clay soils.  Their ability to hold water influences the plant communities within the basin and on the micro ridges creating distinct ecosystems in and around them. DESCRIPTION - Clymer Meadow... Read More →

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VH – Native Garden Maintenance at the Heard Museum

Heard Natural Science Museum & Wildlife Sanctuary 1 Nature Place, McKinney

Recent Update email dated 8/28/22 - no Time change mentioned, only changing dates to Wednesday's only. From: Linda Nixon <lindan@bptmn.org> Sent: Sunday, August 28, 2022 2:37 PM To: Susan Abernethy <susanabernethy@yahoo.com> Cc: Michelle Connally <michellec@bptmn.org> Subject: Re: calendar correction Thanks for the information on the work day changes for the Heard Garden Maintenance.  I’m cc’ing... Read More →

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VH In-Person Lights Out Dallas Bird Survey

Calling All BPTMN Early Risers! It’s once again time to help our feathered friends as they migrate through our area.  One way to do this is to join the Lights Out Dallas Team to conduct surveys in downtown Dallas to find and identify birds that have not made the trip through successfully.  This work can... Read More →

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VH – Wylie Prairie Restoration Project 

Wylie Prairie Restoration Project 300 Country Club Rd. Wylie, meet at North East corner of parking lot We will be cutting little trees out of the prairie, picking up litter and gathering seed in season. bring gloves, loppers, water and trash bag Dave Powell 4694503712

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VH In-Person Lights Out Dallas Bird Survey

Calling All BPTMN Early Risers! It’s once again time to help our feathered friends as they migrate through our area.  One way to do this is to join the Lights Out Dallas Team to conduct surveys in downtown Dallas to find and identify birds that have not made the trip through successfully.  This work can... Read More →

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VH – Heard Sanctuary Restoration & Preservation Projects

Hello Blackland Prairie Chapter! Looking for a volunteer opportunity that will get you outside in the fresh air?  Have we got a deal for you!  You can spend Friday mornings on the beautiful Heard Sanctuary helping to maintain areas that need vegetation removal.  Find out more below!   Event:  Heard Sanctuary Restoration & Preservation Projects... Read More →