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Early Bird Morning

Headwaters at the Comal 333 E Klingemann St, New Braunfels, TX

Come enjoy a quiet morning of birding at Headwaters and help us track bird populations in our area. This program is for birders of all skill levels, we only ask participants to log their finds on eBird or iNaturalist community science apps.


Blackland Prairie Raptor Center Third Saturday

Blackland Prairie Raptor Center 1625 Brockdale Park Road, Lucas, TX

Come and enjoy our nature! The park will be open from 6:30AM to noon, 8AM Beginners Bird Walk, Texas Master Naturalist led trail walks at 9AM and 11AM


Morning Bird Walk

Trinity River Audubon Center 6500 Great Trinity Forest Way, Dallas, TX

Join Trinity River Audubon Center for a monthly bird walk and enjoy the grounds and our amazing feathered friends. Entry to the center is included in your ticket price. Photo: Grady Hinton


BLC Presents: Bees, Tenders of our Gardens

Salado Outdoor Classroom 13203 Blanco Road, San Antonio

Come visit Phil Hardberger Park for a presentation on "BEES, The Tenders of our Gardens" hosted by the Butterfly Learning Center. Our presenter is Wendy Leonard, Nature Preserve Officer and Apiarist (a beekeeper). Wendy will talk about the fascinating life and social behavior of bees, and some ways you can support these small but mightyRead More


Summer Saturdays – Bird is the Word

Trinity River Audubon Center 6500 Great Trinity Forest Way, Dallas, TX

Fly on over to Trinity River Audubon Center to learn about birds! More information here. Photo: Grady Hinton


The Trinity River Bioremediation Demonstration Project

John Bunker Sands Wetland Center 655 Martin Lane, Combine, TX

Originally designed for small streams affected by high levels of E coli and powered by student-made bio-filters, the Trinity River Bioremediation Demonstration that took place between June 15 and July 27 added 22,200 gallons of fermented onion juice to the John Bunker Sands Wetlands. The presentation on August 20 at the Wetland Center will explainRead More


Bobcat Habitat Selection in the Working Lands of Southern Texas


Southern Texas rangelands despite having low population densities of people are heavily altered for natural resource extraction and this, in turn, influences how animals perceive and respond to these alterations. In his research, our presenter studies how bobcats select for habitat and how this selection may vary at different spatial scales. Our guest speaker isRead More


Climate, Weather, and Monarchs


Weather is a key determinant of monarch numbers, but the story is complicated and interesting. Join us to learn the latest on what we know about monarch population drivers, in the past, present, and future. Webinars are first come, first served, with a capacity of 500 attendees. Presenters: Karen Oberhauser, Univ. of Wisconsin, Madison &Read More


BAS Monthly Meeting: New Insights into the Genetics of the Golden-cheeked Warbler


Dr. Giri Athrey, Associate Professor, Texas A&M University, will present new insights into the genetics of the Golden-cheeked Warbler. With the upcoming species assessment, the speaker and colleagues have undertaken a new study to revisit the genetic status of the species to determine how the populations are faring, and how this information can inform futureRead More


4th Saturday Nature Walk: Plant Adaptations to Heat and Drought

Urban Ecology Center 8400 NW Military Hwy, San Antonio, TX

Join us for an in-person nature walk led by our very own Park Naturalist, Jewell Cozort! She will teach us about the adaptations our native plants have developed to endure the harsh and varied summer weather we have here in San Antonio. Note: Please wear closed-toed shoes, dress for the weather, and bring water! RestroomsRead More


Sign Up for Fall 2022 Volunteer Tree Planting Dates!


The Houston Wilderness Fall 2022 Volunteer Tree Planting dates are up! If you or your corporate team would like to participate in large-scale tree planting of native Super Trees starting in September, sign up with our online form. We have several plantings planned for this fall tree planting season and we hope to see youRead More


2022 Rainmaker of the Year Award Dinner

The Bullock Texas State History Museum 1800 Congress Ave, Austin, TX

The Texas Rainmaker Award acknowledges exceptional leaders who are making lasting impacts in Texas water. There are few Texas champions that have impacted Texas water as much as L'Oreal Stepney. She has served in leadership positions at the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality for nearly three decades and was named Deputy Executive Director in 2020.Read More

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