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AT: Texas Native Plant Week

Native Plant Society is partnering with other organizations to plan Texas Native Plant Week, educating citizens scorched by drought and seeking alternative landscaping practices. The third week of October has... Read More →

AT: Native Landscapes For Birds

Online Zoom

The NPSOT Houston Chapter is giving you the opportunity to register for its Fall 2020 classes. The NLCP classes feature live presentations and a virtual Plant Walk all coming to... Read More →

$37 – $52

VSP: Great Texas Birding Classic – “Big Sit!”

Seabourne Creek Nature Park 3831 State Highway 36 South, Rosenberg

How many birds can you spot from within a 50' circle during a fall migration? Join us and find out! The TMNCPC members and friends will keep a tally of all the various birds seen and heard at Seabourne Creek Nature Park on Sunday, 10/25/2020, from 7:30 AM - 7:30 PM.  COVID-19 Precautions: To comply... Read More →

AT: Formation Of The Sun And Its Planets

Online

About this Event In October, join Professor Patrick Hartigan of Rice University as he explains the formation of the sun & its planets. In the last few decades, astronomers have learned a great deal about how stars and planets form. New telescopes and instruments have enabled us to see deep within stellar nurseries and observe... Read More →

Free

AT: Insect Allies of the Prairie Landscape

Online Zoom

Presentation Overview: The prairies of Southeast Texas are full of life. Abundant wildflowers provide food for some of its most popular residents, butterflies. But behind-the scenes, there is an entire army of tiny inhabitants that keep the prairie ecosystem alive and thriving. Join Entomologist and Director of the Cockrell Butterfly Center, Erin Mills, as she... Read More →

Free

AT: Spiders and Friends

Kickerillo Mischer Preserve 20215 Chasewood Park Drive, Houston

Location: Kickerillo-Mischer Preserve Description: Registration required at www.hcp4.net/tap/events. All ages. Join a staff naturalist to learn what makes spiders and other “crawly” friends similar but so different from each other. Live arthropods will be presented with interactive activities. -Face covering required

Free

VSP: Houston Audubon’s Bird Survey at Hogg Bird Sanctuary

Hogg Bird Sanctuary 1 Westcott Street, Houston

First Monday Bird Survey at Hogg Bird Sanctuary Leader: Skip Almoney HAS is conducting a monthly survey at Hogg Bird Sanctuary. Beginning in March 2019, the surveys will be held on the first Monday of the month. Skip Almoney is the leader. The Hogg Bird Sanctuary is adjacent to Bayou Bend and shares its parking... Read More →