Tag Archives: webinar

Beekeeping in central Texas

VMS opportunity: AT: webinar (add to description: Beekeeping in central Texas presented by Michael Kelling) Great news! Winedale will continue its popular Lunch and Learn series via zoom on Wednesday, June 3 at 10 a.m. This month Michael Kelling discusses beekeeping in central Texas. Interested? E-mail tricia.blakistone@austin.utexas.edu for the meeting link.   Thanks! Tricia Tricia Blakistone Site Manager Winedale Briscoe Center for American History University of Texas at Austin 3738 FM 2714 P. O Box 11 Round Top, TX  78954 979-278-3530 (P) 979-278-3531 (F) winedale@austin.utexas.edu

Nature Journaling – A Tool for Naturalists webinar

VMS opportunity: AT: webinar (add to description: Nature Journaling – A Tool for Naturalists presented by Rolling Plains TMN Laura Gillis) Join artist and Rolling Plains Chapter Texas Master Naturalist, Laura Gillis, for a learning session on  “How to use nature journaling as a tool for naturalist activities.” This session will allow participants to meet with Laura to learn awesome tips and methods to document flora and fauna through journaling. You DO NOT have to know how to draw to attend this session! All skill levels welcome! 9:00am to 10:00am – Zoom Online Presentation… Read More →

Backyard bug webinar: fly identification & management

VMS opportunity: AT: webinar (add to description: Fly identification & management presented by Wizzie Brown) This webinar is part of the Backyard Bug series presented by Wizzie Brown. The topic for this Friday is fly identification & management. Meeting Information Meeting link: https://agrilife-tamu.webex.com/agrilife-tamu/j.php?MTID=m28f6c2d6f493a9d84942a89ecfb5e365 Meeting number: 926 137 315 Password: F4cxPyyeM44 Wizzie Brown, BCE Extension Program Specialist- IPM Texas AgriLife Extension Service 1600-B Smith Road Austin, TX 78721 512-854-9600 512-854-9611 fax ebrown@ag.tamu.edu Check out my blog! http://urban-ipm.blogspot.com/ On Facebook: facebook.com/UrbanIPM On Twitter: @UrbanIPM  

Butterflies and Native Plants: Making Connections webinar

VMS opportunity: AT: webinar (add to description: Butterflies and Native Plants: Making Connections webinar presented by Craig Hensley) Join Texas Nature Trackers Biologist Craig Hensley (craig.hensley@tpwd.texas.gov) for an look at our scale-winged wonders and the native plants that attract them for nectar and as host sites for eggs and larvae. While this will be focused on the Texas Hill Country, many of the wildflowers and butterflies can be found around the state. Website: https://tpwdtexas.webex.com/tpwdtexas/j.php?MTID=m5b857977f30262c1be9882ec9c78a40a  

Stinging & biting arthropods webinar

VMS opportunity: AT: webinar (add to description: Stinging & biting arthropods presented by Wizzie Brown) TOPIC: Stinging & biting arthropods WHEN: Friday, May 22, 2020 at 10AM WHERE: online (webex) COST: FREE! Meeting link: https://agrilife-tamu.webex.com/agrilife-tamu/j.php?MTID=m2c00937dcee1ba567237561f94035c9d Meeting number: 924 319 646  Password:  Zap5nTeFm73  Thanks everyone and stay safe! Wizzie Brown, BCE Extension Program Specialist- IPM Texas AgriLife Extension Service

Preparing for Wildfires with Firescaping- A Virtual Training

VMS opportunity: AT: webinar Contact the program presenter Holly Campbell to register and receive the password for the Zoom meeting. Description: This free, Zoom training on fire-resistant landscaping, or firescaping, will teach Master Naturalists about what firescaping is and how to implement it in their communities. Specifically, participants will learn about fire history and behavior and ways to prevent home ignition through understanding plant flammability and firescaping design. The presentation will also address ways to maintain wildlife habitat with firescaping. This Zoom training will include presentations, “interactive” activities,… Read More →

Monarch Conservation webinar – Research Reports from the Field: Western Monarchs

VMS opportunity: AT: webinar Please join us for our April installment of the Monarch Conservation Webinar series:  Date/Time: Tuesday, April 28th at 2pm EDT (1pm Central, 12pm Mountain, 11am Pacific) Webinar Title: Research Reports from the Field: Western Monarchs Description: Join us for research updates from monarch programs and scientists.  Presenters: Gail Morris – Southwest Monarch Study                    Dr. Francis Villablanca – Monarch Alert/CalPolynarning                    Sarah Hoyle – The Xerces Society Register: Research from the Field: Western Monarchs The webinar will be offered through WebEx.  We recommend conducting a browser and basic network test at the WebEx test meeting… Read More →

Virtual Birding Seminar

VMS opportunity: AT: webinar Howdy Master Naturalists, The team at Birding with Extension was very bummed to have to cancel our Birding the Border program this year. But we still wanted to bring our participants a little taste of what we do, so we have taken our seminar content and moved to an online format! What that means is that anyone can join and learn about new bird research, managing for waterbirds, and the role of private working lands in wildlife conservation! April 16 & 17, 2020 2:30 – 4:30… Read More →

Virtual Birding Seminar

VMS opportunity: AT: webinar Howdy Master Naturalists, The team at Birding with Extension was very bummed to have to cancel our Birding the Border program this year. But we still wanted to bring our participants a little taste of what we do, so we have taken our seminar content and moved to an online format! What that means is that anyone can join and learn about new bird research, managing for waterbirds, and the role of private working lands in wildlife conservation! April 16 & 17, 2020 2:30 – 4:30… Read More →

Fangs of Fury or Paradise Lost Broadband Copperhead Snake Webinar

VMS opportunity: AT: webinar The Elm Fork Chapter meeting will include a talk by Chuck Swatske, of the Elm Fork Chapter 2018 class, will present “Fangs of Fury or Paradise Lost” in a 1 hour webinar.Here is Chuck’s presentation will feature the Broadband Copperhead Snake, (Agkistrodon contorix laticinctus). Join him for an in-depth discussion of the maligned and misunderstood but dangerous animal that lives and prospers. Here is the link Chapter Mtg ID: 759-931-254gg Link: https://agrilife.zoom.us/j/759931254 Email in advance website@efctmn.org for the password