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VSP: Seabourne Wednesday Work Day

Seabourne Creek Nature Park 3831 State Highway 36 South, Rosenberg

Seabourne Lake is stocked with fish every year. Come help be a part of the team! Photo by Garret Englehardt Come help at Seabourne Creek Nature Park (SCNP), Texas Master Naturalist Coastal Prairie Chapter’s signature project! It is a great way to earn VSP hours; learn about butterflies and prairie plants; and enjoy time with... Read More →

AT:Pollinators and the Powerhouse Prairie Plants They Love by Lauren Simpson

Online

Lauren educates about pollinators (and other insects), their conservation, and the urban wildscapes supporting them. That is her passion outside of teaching legal research and writing at the University of Houston Law Center. In this presentation, Ms. Lauren Simpson introduces our pollinators and their needs, showcases prairie plants that help them thrive, and shares management... Read More →

Free

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Online Zoom

It’s Time for a Makeover! Understanding Plumage Variation – In this interactive presentation, we’ll discuss the reasons for plumage variations; how molting can affect identification; and color changes of bills,... Read More →

Free

VSP: Seabourne Wednesday Work Day

Seabourne Creek Nature Park 3831 State Highway 36 South, Rosenberg

Seabourne Lake is stocked with fish every year. Come help be a part of the team! Photo by Garret Englehardt Come help at Seabourne Creek Nature Park (SCNP), Texas Master... Read More →

VSP: Seabourne 1st Saturday Work Day

Seabourne Creek Nature Park 3831 State Highway 36 South, Rosenberg

The pergola at SNCP Butterfly Garden is in the process of being expanded. The available shade will double. Photo by Paula Dittrick.                ... Read More →

AT: Floods and Phytoremediation

Jesse Jone Park & Nature Center 20634 Kenswick Drive, Humble

Registration begins Wed., July 28. Guest speakers will present the health hazards of extreme flooding and how native plants can help reduce the toxicity of these weather events. In partnership... Read More →

Free

AT: How Do Birds Beat The Texas Heat?

Online

From year-round residents to migrant species that nest in Texas, birds have adapted to survive in some harsh conditions! Learn all about it with Jake & Marcus.

$5