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AT: Wildscapes Workshop- Fireflies of Texas: A Look At Texas’ Remarkable Bioluminescent Diversity

Online Zoom

Abstract of Presentation: A highly educational and fun talk on the types of fireflies (Lampyridae) in Texas. Ben will be presenting his research on Texas firefly taxa with an emphasis on fireflies that occur in nearby river basins and riparian areas. Ben will discuss why fireflies flash and how they use light to communicate to... Read More →


VSP Seabourne Volunteer Day–Suspended

Seabourne Creek Nature Park 3831 State Highway 36 South, Rosenberg

The volunteer days have been suspended due to the increasing cases of Covid-19.  Individual work can be undertaken with Covid-19 restrictions.  For more information call or email Jerry Trenta, TMNCPC Seabourne Director. Come help us out at Seabourne Creek Nature Park when the Covid-19 restrictions are lifted! COVID-19 Precautions need to be followed with social... Read More →

AT: Chapter Program

Zoom Online Meeting Advance registration required

Our monthly programs are now being conducted via Zoom and are open to the public.   Check our website one week before the meeting for the Zoom registration link. The Texas Master Naturalist program is sponsored by Texas Parks and Wildlife Department and Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service.


TMNCPC Chapter Program

Zoom Online Meeting Advance registration required

The Texas Master Naturalist Coastal Prairie Chapter (TMNCPC) Meeting will be held online on the first Thursday of the month from 6:00 - 8:00 PM.  A Zoom invite, along with a registration link, will be available on this website two days prior to the meeting. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information... Read More →


AT: Hawk Migration In Texas

Online Zoom

Field Trip: September 12, 2020 Hawks are a fun, awesome, exciting and challenging group of birds! We are fortunate that a major migration route is along our coast and we can see these amazing birds as they pass overhead during fall migration. We will experience this inspiring migration on the field trip. In class we... Read More →


AT: Wildscapes Workshop- Encountering Wetland Plants That Thrive In Challenging Gardens (like yours!)

Online Zoom

Abstract of Presentation: Some native wetland plants can do well even when the soil dries out. How can that be?? Find out more about planting raingardens and similar “green infrastructure” practices for saving water, what the National Index for Wetland Plants is, and why it matters to the US Army Corps of Engineers and you.... Read More →