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AT: Fauna of The Upper Texas Coast
January 25 @ 8:00 am - 4:00 pm$10 – $20
Texas Master Naturalist, Cradle of Texas Chapter is holding an Advanced Training Day with presentations focused on Fauna of the Upper Texas Coast. COT chapter is happy to invite non-chapter members to this educational event. The speakers and viewing the exhibits will qualify for 6 hours of Advanced Training. Coast is $10 for non-members. Lunch will be provided. Registration is required by Jan 15. Use the link below to add yourself to our evite registration. Registrations can be taken after Jan 15 but cost is $20 and no guarantee of lunch can be made. Door prizes will be given at the end of each break. A grand prize winner will be drawn at 3:45.
Schedule for AT Bonus Day Fauna of Upper Texas Coast Jan 25.
8-9am “Aquatic and Terrestrial Insects of Brazoria NWR” Ed Barrios, Certified Entomologist, COT Member
9-10am Brief Exhibits Presentations Presenters give a brief overview of their posters to spark your interest
10-10:30 BREAK / EXHIBITS
10:30-11:30 “Our Neighborhood Bats” Diana Foss, Biologist, Urban Wildlife, Texas Parks and Wildlife Department
11:30am-12:30 LUNCH / EXHIBITS
12:30-1:30 “Frogs and Toads of Brazoria County” Candace Novak, DVM, COT Member
1:30-2:30 “Jellyfish of the Upper Texas Coast” John O’Connell, Brazoria County Extension Agent, Coastal & Marine Resources
2:45-3:45 “Spring Migratory Warblers Seen at Quintana Neotropical Bid Sanctuary” Martin Hagne, Executive Director of the Gulf Coast Bird Observatory
3:45-4pm Closing Comments and Grand Prize Winner