Mockingbird Nature Park
Members of Indian Trail Master Naturalist Chapter will lead a FREE Nature Walk at 9am. Plan on about 1½ hours for this 1/2 mile walk. Closed-toed shoes, comfortable outdoor clothing, and insect repellant (if needed) are recommended.
October 16th – 9:00 am
The walk is canceled in the event of rain.
Monthly Meetings and Programs
6:00 PM – Brief Business Meeting followed by Program
Location: First United Methodist Church; 505 W. Marvin Ave., Waxahachie.
Family Life Center – Gathering Room
Or join us online using ** Zoom **
Masters of Texas Nature
Bison preserve prairies, squirrels grow forests, beavers build wetlands… This presentation will explore various masters of Texas nature and the many ways they have adapted to do so. It will also dive into how we can learn from them to become Masters of Texas Nature ourselves.
Daniel Rios graduated from Texas A&M- Commerce with a degree in Wildlife Management and Conservation. He is currently the Resource Specialist for the Ray Roberts Lake State Park Complex in charge of 6,600 acres of natural resources. His job duties include restoring prairies, managing forests, and monitoring wetlands. He has over 8 years of park and resource experience working for private, city, and state parks.
Indian Trail Chapter is part of the statewide Texas Master Naturalist Volunteer Program of the Texas Parks & Wildlife Department and the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service.
This program is part of a series of no cost, open to the public Master Naturalist programs offered the fourth Monday (generally) of each month, 7:00 – 8:00 p.m. Please bring a friend! For more information, please call the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension at 972-825-5175 or contact us.