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Ray Roberts State Park, Isle Du Bois Unit, School Group – Volunteers Needed

Ray Roberts State Park - Isle du Bois Unit 100 PW 4137, Pilot Point, TX

March 17th - A minimum of two volunteers are needed (more would be helpful!)  to assist with a 5th grade school group. Mindy would like volunteers comfortable leading backyard bass and teaching kiddos how to use a fishing pole (Mindy can teach someone how to lead this prior if needed), and someone to lead the... Read More →

Event Series LLELA TrailHead Tuesday Workday

LLELA TrailHead Tuesday Workday

LLELA 201 E. Jones St, Lewisville, TX

The purpose of Trailhead Tuesday is to ensure a safe and enjoyable experience for visitors when they are hiking the trails at LLELA. Duties include the removal of debris and trash from the trails. The crew will trim low branches, bushes or vines that may pose a safety hazard to visitors along the trails. A... Read More →

Event Series Green Acres Workday

Green Acres Workday

Green Acres 4400 Hide-A-Way Lane, Flower Mound, TX

Green Acres (located at 4400 Hide-A-Way Lane, Flower Mound, 75022) We have lots for you to see and do in the prairie, monarch station and riparian area, all while our bluebirds are busy nesting in boxes in the park. Please dress for the weather (gloves, hat, long sleeves and pants), bring water, and use sunscreen... Read More →

Event Series LLELA Monday & Wednesday Workday

LLELA Monday & Wednesday Workday

LLELA 201 E. Jones St, Lewisville, TX

Come out to the Lewisville Lake Environmental Learning Area (LLELA) to work on prairie restoration, wildscape, and facilities projects. Depending on the weather, projects may include nursery work such as seed harvesting or potting and plant rescue or replanting; maintenance of hiking trails; or removal of exotic species.  Dress for the weather and bring your... Read More →

Event Series Botany School – AT

Botany School – AT

Botanical Research Institute of Texas 1700 University Dr, Fort Worth, TX

Learn all about basic botany and plant identification in this fast-paced, 5-session course. Students will tackle the specific terminology and techniques used by the pros and forever change the way they look at plants! Topics covered include the value of botany, how to use an identification key, plant morphology, and important plant families. Classes will focus on... Read More →


Bumble Bee Short Course for Community Scientists – AT

Virtual Meeting TX

Free, weekly webinars to build skills of community scientists interested in bumble bee biodiversity, ecology and conservation. Every Friday, March 18th through April 22nd Coordinator: Ohio State University Bee Lab Link to register:  https://osu.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_ItAnokcHTqO5dJcA9JRmSg Schedule:  March 18: Bumble Bee Biology, Part 1; Jamie Strange: The Ohio State University March 25: Bumble Bee Biology, Part 2 --... Read More →

Event Series Bird Walk at LLELA – AT

Bird Walk at LLELA – AT

LLELA 201 E. Jones St, Lewisville, TX

Birders of all skill levels are welcome to join an expert birder every 2nd Saturday (except July and August), as we explore prime birding locations along LLELA's nature trails!  Ages 10 and up. Free with $5 LLELA entry fee (payable by CREDIT or DEBIT ONLY!). Season passes are available. REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED.  Register at LLELA.org ... Read More →

Insect Nature Walk at Furneaux Creek Trail – AT

Branch Hollow Park 2050 E. Branch Hollow, Carrollton, TX

Insect Nature Walk Second Saturday of the month Meet at the Kiosk on the trail along Arbor Creek Dr. Fun for all ages!  Greg Tonian, a local biologist and Texas Master Naturalist will guide a walk looking for a variety of insects on the trail. Contact Richard at 469-877-0695.  Prepare appropriately for the Texas elements... Read More →

Mountain Lion Management in Texas – AT

Virtual Meeting TX

Mountain lions are an iconic Texas species symbolic of the wild and rugged west. Their distribution is limited to two breeding populations in west and south Texas. Research suggests that both populations suffer from high rates of human-caused mortality. While every US state with mountain lions offers the species some level of protection, Texas does... Read More →