Migratory Birds and how to use "Birds of the World"
How to improve the soil and regenerate the soil sponge.
Texas Parks and Wildlife Department in general, and the Wildlife Diversity Program’s Urban Wildlife Technical Guidance Team specifically, has long recognized the need to increase our interactions with and response to traditionally underserved audiences.
The importance of water in Texas.
If you have attended the Beekeeping Basics program or already have bees and are ready for some more in depth information, this virtual program will cover those needs! We will discuss the next steps in beekeeping now that you are beekeeper, but still don't have all the answers. This is very much a "What's Next?" course.
A variety of topics on plants in Fall.
Learn all about eBird, an online database of bird observations providing scientists, researchers and amateur naturalists with real-time data about bird distribution and abundance.
What is happening with the birds?
How bird migration is forcasted using technology and data modeling.
Learning how to bird.
earn about creating landscapes to attract birds to your backyard! NLCP is a state-wide program, but classes focus on the characteristics and plants in the region in which they are taught. NOTE: Class is specific to the San Antonio area and is held in 2 separate sessions.
Learn more about native plants and landscape design.
Learn how to give native plants proper maintenance.
Join author Jennifer L Bristol to talk birds!