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AT: If A Tree Falls In The Forest…

Online

What exactly IS a forest? Forest Management 101 Managing Oak Wilt All about epiphytes Trees, water, and drought

Free

AT: Big Bend National Park

Metropolitan Multi Service Center 1475 West Gray, Houston, United States

KARINA BOESE will acquaint attendees with the native cacti and succulents in Big Bend National Park.

Free
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AT: Raptor Identification Workshop with William Clark

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Bill Clark is a photographer, author, researcher, and lecturer and has over 50 years of experience working with birds of prey, including 5 years as Director of NWF’s Raptor Information Center. He has published numerous articles on raptor subjects; has traveled extensively world-wide studying, observing, and photographing raptors; and regularly led raptor and birding tours... Read More →

$150

AT: Raptor Identification Workshop

Gulf Coast Bird Observatory 103 Texas 332, Lake Jackson, TX

Bill Clark is a photographer, author, researcher, and lecturer and has over 50 years of experience working with birds of prey, including 5 years as Director of NWF’s Raptor Information Center. He has published numerous articles on raptor subjects; has traveled extensively world-wide studying, observing, and photographing raptors; and regularly led raptor and birding tours... Read More →

$150

AT: Native Plant Propagation

Houston Arboretum & Nature Center 4501 Woodway Drive, Houston, TX

$40 member / $65 nonmember (per person) Instructor: Caitlin Keating Ages 12 and up Many native plants aren’t available at nurseries, so at the Arboretum we grow them! In this class you’ll learn about different methods of plant propagation and then you’ll get the rare opportunity to collect seeds and cuttings to get your own... Read More →

$40 – $65

Tree ID Walk

Nature Discovery Center-Russ Pitman Park 7112 Newcastle, Bellaire, TX

What: Anytime is a great time to learn more about trees! Jim McKee, a Master Naturalist, tree lover, and bird watcher leads walks to teach visitors how to identify the trees that live here in Russ Pitman Park. Jim shares lots of interesting historical and biological facts about the many species of trees we have... Read More →

Free

AT: Gardening For Birds

Houston Arboretum & Nature Center 4501 Woodway Drive, Houston, TX

$20 member / $35 nonmember Instructor: Kelsey Low Ages 12 and up Forget bird feeders – if you really want to bring all the birds to your yard, you need a garden! Large or small, sunny or shady, songbirds or owls…in this class we’ll discuss bird-friendly gardening tips for all conditions and bird species of... Read More →

$20 – $35
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TMN Tuesdays

Zoom Online Meeting Advance registration required

On the Second Tuesday of each month at the noon hour (12:00pm Central Standard Time), the TMN State Office will offer an hour-long virtual advanced training event – which will sometimes including some fantastic new and returning guest speakers.

Free

Managing Habitat for Native Bees

Houston Arboretum & Nature Center 4501 Woodway Drive, Houston, TX

Ross Winton, conservation entomologist at TX Parks & Wildlife will advise on maintaining safe spaces for our important native plant pollinators to grow and reproduce.