Scott Kiester, Elm Fork Chapter – November 5, 2022 6 AM: On one of the first really chilly mornings of the fall intrepid birders from across the Metroplex gathered in the predawn hours at LLELA. Why? To count the birds of course.
Shaking the Trees
Ode to Virus
Michelle Connally, 2018 Starting in April 2020, the Shaking of the Trees newsletter provided myself and others a connection to our fellow chapter members in a time of isolation. Hooked… Read More →
Deborah Canterbury – What ‘Cha Doin’?
Since the first year of the Blackland Prairie Chapter our tribe members have taken on responsibilities with other groups or have served as advisors and teachers. If you have or… Read More →
Sally Evans – Sharing the Biodiverse Backyard
This week is a big biodiversity search in our DFW area but I have been unable to participate due to other circumstances. So today I took a walk in my yard. I discovered I had missed three moon blooms last evening as their blooms were now hanging listlessly on the vine. BUT there is the promise of two more coming and very soon.
Shaking the Trees 6th Edition 6/15/20
After 6 editions you no longer count. You just say Here’s the latest edition! I know many of you are doing something other than staring into the television abyss… Read More →
Shaking the Trees 5th Edition 06/1/20
Shaking the Trees 4th Edition 05/15/20
Bird birthing updates, Duane’s cool labyrinth, news from a New Mexico naturalist you may know and grass and forbs contest ready for viewing. Keep the info coming folks. You are… Read More →
Shaking the Trees 3rd Edition 05/01/20
Laurie Sheppard – Rare skipper at Hagerman NWR Dave Powell – Walking and healing his wing Clyde Camp – Owl Blog Surprise coming through in the clutch John Garbutt –… Read More →