AT: Texas Chapter of The Wildlife Society Webinar: Wildlife Diseases

Webinar - Online

Virtual - REGISTRATION required In this TCTWS webinar, Dr. Sara Wyckoff from Texas Parks and Wildlife Department will speak with us about wildlife diseases. Dr. Sarah Wycoff - I was born and raised in Phoenix, AZ where I received my Bachelors degree in Biology from ASU and my Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) degree from... Read More →


AT: A Playful Nursery Gets Serious About Pollinator Safety: The Example of Harlequin’s Gardens

Online Zoom

Virtual. Zoom Registration Required. Presented by Xerces Society We are excited to invite Mikl Brawner, founder and co-owner of Harlequin’s Gardens in Boulder Colorado, to this webinar. Mikl will discuss Harlequin’s philosophy about plant health and their non-toxic pest management practices. Sharon Selvaggio, Pesticide Program Specialist at Xerces, will start off the webinar with an... Read More →


AT: Butterfly Gardening with Elizabeth White Olsen

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

Hybrid. In Person (Houston Arboretum) or Virtual (Zoom Link) Along with many species of wildlife in our country, populations of Texas Gulf Coast butterflies are increasingly threatened by habitat loss and other factors. In this presentation, we will learn what butterflies need to survive and complete their life cycle, as well as ways we can... Read More →


VSP: World Sea Turtle Day – Galveston Island

Menard Park Galveston TX 2222 28th Street, Galveston, TX, United States

World Sea Turtle Day is on June 16th and to celebrate sea turtles Turtle Island Restoration Network is leading an island wide beach cleanup! Check in will be at Menard Park and cleaning sites are all around Galveston Island. Specific cleaning sites will be designated based on your registration. Please register prior to event with... Read More →


VSP: Sugar Land Memorial Park at the Brazos River Corridor – Butterfly Garden Workday

Sugar Land Memorial Park at the Brazos River Corridor 15300 University Blvd., Sugar Land, Texas, United States

Per Fenglin Du, Parks Development Manager, Parks and Recreation City of Sugar Land, "This summer 9-10am on every Friday starting from tomorrow, I invite the student volunteers to come to butterfly garden to help improve the habitat there. If any master naturalists have time and can join us, that will be greatly appreciated." Who: City... Read More →


VSP: Coastal Prairie Conservancy Friday Work Day at Indiangrass Prairie

CPC Indiangrass Preserve-Field Office 31975 Hebert Road, Waller, Texas

Per the Coastal Prairie Conservancy (CPC), "COVID-19 UPDATE - Volunteer opportunities are back! Following the latest recommendation from the CDC, face coverings are now optional for volunteers and visitors indoors and outdoors. We ask that all volunteers and visitors continue to act with courtesy, kindness, and common sense, respecting the choice of the Coastal Prairie... Read More →


VSP: Seabourne Third Saturday Work Days, 8:00 – 10:00 AM

Seabourne Creek Nature Park 3831 State Highway 36 South, Rosenberg, TX, United States

Sun in Fog - photo by Noel Zinn Join in the weekend fun at Seabourne.  Every first and third Saturdays, we will be at Seabourne working in the various projects we have going on there.   Come help at Seabourne Creek Nature Park (SCNP), Texas Master Naturalist Coastal Prairie Chapter’s signature project! It is a great... Read More →

AT: Insectary Gardens: Nature’s Pest Control

Online Zoom

Virtual. Register to attend. Fee - $20 Insectaries are fascinating gardens – in bloom much of the time, and alive with some of nature’s most interesting creatures! Organic gardeners depend on beneficial insects as one of our front-line defenses against pest species. Yet how do we invite them to choose our gardens as their home... Read More →


AT: Mushroom Walk at David Lewis Property

David Lewis Property (Newton County) Texas, United States

In Person. Registration Required. Fee $5 (CTMS Members) $10 (Non-Members). Space Limited. Join legendary mycologist David Lewis, author of Mushrooms of the Gulf Coast States who has discovered many new species of mushrooms in Deep East Texas at his 60 acres Bleakwood property. It has 5 plant associations, including upland pine, beech-magnolia-pine-oak slope forest, baygall,... Read More →