Pollinators and Natives: An Ancient Marriage with Randy Johnson - October 2 The relationship between pollinators and angiosperms (flowering plants) supports and sustains almost all terrestrial ecosystems on Earth. Flowering plants are pollinated by a vast array of organisms and mechanisms but mostly by insects and many are unique, specialized relationships which reflect their co-evolution. This presentation discusses... Read More →
Preparing for Nature Fest, i.e., filling SWAG bags, completing signs, etc. The formal get-together will be begin at 6:30 pm at Linda’s house, 5054 CR 277, Dublin, Texas. If you want volunteer hours and can’t make that time, contact Linda (firstname.lastname@example.org) to determine possible alternate times/dates.
Ready to get outside this fall and enjoy nature? Join the Texas Master Naturalists at Nature Fest 2022 on October 8 to celebrate and learn about the natural areas and resources that make the state of Texas great! This 4 th annual outreach event is presented by the Prairie Oaks Chapter of the Texas Master... Read More →
Bird Walk at Acton Nature Center the first Saturday of every month. Led by Dr Billy Teels Meet at ANC Parking Lot at 7: am. Walk will last until 9:30 Bring binoculars, comfy shoes, bug spray, sunscreen, water/snacks Record hours to AT: POMN—Class, event, workshop, bird walk, nature hike, etc. sponsored or led by POMN.... Read More →