Over the last two decades, citizen science has emerged as a powerful tool to gather data on biological phenomena over wide geographic areas. Through observation-based platforms like iNaturalist and eBird, citizen scientists have helped document shifts in geographic range of both native and invasive species and their work has proved invaluable to scientists and managers.... Read More →
Learn about backyard ponds with Micheal Fiorie from Smith's Gardentown. Join us at MSU, Bolin Science Hall, Room 209 or contact email@example.com for the Zoom link. Use the south entrance of Bolin Science Hall. Handicap-accessible. Report as "AT: Chapter Meeting" for the program; "CB:Administrative Work: Chapter Meeting" for the chapter business meeting.
Because of low water levels at Lake Wichita, water testing will only be conducted at the Wichita River. Meet in Lucy Park, just inside the park near River Bend Nature Center. This event will be held the second Friday of each month, unless noted otherwise. Contact Carl Brown for more information. Report as FR: Texas... Read More →
Join Penny Miller, other members and guests at Lake Arrowhead State Park for a bird outing. Look for and identify birds found at the park. This is a leisurely hike on level ground (handicap accessible). Binoculars helpful, but not required. You can borrow a birding pack (bird book/binoculars) from the State Park headquarters. This outing... Read More →
Assist the Texas Inland Fisheries crew during the Kid Fishing Rodeo by signing up registrants, helping with measuring, etc. Contact Robert Mauk before the event starts on the north side of the lake to be assigned duties. The event will be at Plum Lake, which is next to the Wichita Falls Softball Complex at 1702... Read More →