Texas has native 'shrooms?
This event is free with the cost of general admission and part of UT’s Texas Science Festival. Get more info and register at sciencefest.utexas.edu.
Guided Bird Walks
Hill Country Chapter Meeting. The Greatest Grackle: Tips and Tricks for Youth Wildlife Education” – tips and tricks for teaching kids about birding
Excited about birding, but not sure where to start? Meets each Monday from 1/09-2/27, new topics each week. AT=1h per class or 8h for entire series.
FREE Wildlife Management Webinar Series
Field trainings are mandatory; there will be a review of the protocol, data collection, distance training, and skills test for GCWA monitoring surveys. Invited participants only.
Stay connected with the latest monarch conservation topics by attending our free monthly webinars.
Debbie Windham, President of Friends of Enchanted Rock, and Bob Lodowski, volunteer Interpretive Guide at Enchanted Rock, will speak on the native plants and geography of our local treasure at the monthly meeting of the Fredericksburg Chapter, Native Plant Society of Texas.
We will talk about some common and not so commonly known edibles and beneficial plants and how to forage them responsibly.
Range management through grazing practices, fire, chemical and mechanical means.
Learn how the Botanical Garden uses infrastructure, architecture, and plants to conserve resources throughout the garden and learn the importance of building sustainable communities. Join a specially trained docent on a walk to examine these diverse features.
Learn how to spot approaching severe weather.
Learn about Land Stewardship for Birds & Other Native Wildlife.
Hands-On Science tackles the two solar eclipses that will cross Texas between Oct 2023 and Apr 2024.