Events are listed on the calendar. You can search by date or topic. You can also change the view from list to Calendar view. Please remember only interactive webinars can be counted for AT, however all eight hours of AT required for certification can be online during this crisis.
The state offers an online calendar of possible AT events. We will try to keep a parallel calendar of chapter approved AT, but if you find one on the state calendar that is not on this website, please email AT@efctmn.org for approval.
AT committee: Rita Lokie, Jody Springer, Robert McLaughlin, and Rob Roy. To contact the committee email AT@efctmn.org
To request approval for AT complete this form.
Online Advanced Training
July 7 – Nature Notes: Butterflies
July 14 – What’s It Like to be a Bird
July 18 – Insects: Good and Bad
July 22 – Humans as a Keystone Species
July 25 – Virtual Owl Prowl
July 27 – Fighting Fire with Fire
July 28 – The Joy of Birdwatching
Oak Prairie Wildlife District 7, Texas Parks and Wildlife Webinar Series
August 6 – Habitat Management for Quail
August 11 – Using Prescribed Fire to Improve Deer Habitat
August 13 – Brush Management Practices for Improving Wildlife Habitat
August 18 – Grazing as a Tool for Wildlife Management
August 20 – Turkey Habitat and Plant ID
August 25 – Supplemental Water for Wildlife
August 27 – Texas Wildscapes: Gardening for Wildlife
August 8 – Owls of Texoma
August 11 – Caterpillar Gardening IS Butterfly Gardening
North Texas Online (Courtesy of GreenSource DFW) – Updated 6/17
Fort Worth Nature Center and Refuge, Fort Worth
Open now – Registration is required. See their website for details.
Virtual Wednesday Walk, live every Wednesday at 10 a.m. on Facebook.
River Legacy Science Center, Arlington
Closed until further notice.
River Legacy Live is broadcast live on Tuesday and Thursday at 2 p.m. on Facebook.
Monday Story Time, Wild Wednesday and Fun Fact Friday are posted on Facebook at 2 p.m.
TPWD Wildlife Diversity Webinar Series
Join us for our monthly webinar series highlighting research and conservation efforts in Texas every 3rd Wednesday of the month from noon to 1pm. Sign up for Wildlife Diversity Webinar Series notifications »
- July 15 – Conserving Genetic Diversity of the Endangered Texas Endemic Big Red Sage, Salvia pentstemonoides.
- August 19 – Taxonomic status and occurrence of the Rio Grande Siren.
Conservation of Natural Resources – Many forestry webinars count as AT (not the choosing yard trees)
- July 2: (IPM CEU) What Vine is Growing on Your Fence? Dr. Barron Rector
- September 3: (General CEU) Why Herbicide Treatments Fail, Dr. Megan Clayton
Natural Areas 2020 Webinars – 2 webinars a month starting in April
These face-to-face events may be canceled too:
July 11 – Live Owls and Raptors – Canceled
August 22 – Mike Fox, Dragonflies
Oct 8 – Butterfly Gardening
October 24 – Screech Owls – Sue Yost
Ongoing AT Opportunities
- 2019 Monarch Conservation Webinar Series
- Cornell Lab Bird Academy
- Raptor Rapture Online Course
- Adult programs by the Blackland Prairie Raptor Center
- Any of the Native Landscape Certification Program Classes and most of their programs offered by the Native Plant Society of Texas
- The Citizen Forester Class
- Fly fishing class
- Skywarn class
- Project WILD or Aquatic WILD workshops
- NOLS Wilderness First Aid classes
- Second Saturday Events at the Hagerman National Wildlife Refuge
- LLELA Lecture Series
- SWAt Meetings – Fourth Thursdays 9:30 am
- Friends of Furneaux Creek Nature Trail – Fourth Monday 7 pm
- Native Plant Society of Texas Chapter Meetings
- Audubon educational presentations
- Bird and nature walks offered by nature centers, such as LLELA and Clear Creek