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Rockport Native Plantings

by Kris Kirkwood on April 8, 2019

By Vickie Wilson, Mid-Coast Master Naturalist

Jane Moore Mid-Coast Master Naturalists Jane Moore (pictured) and Vickie Wilson, along with volunteers from Keep Aransas County Beautiful and Native Dave Sustainable Landscape Solutions, planted natives at the south Rockport-Fulton monument. 

The south monument is planted! Master Naturalists teamed up with a great group of people to make this happen. We will be doing the north monument in the next few months.  Native plantings were selected to be easy to maintain, colorful, and to attract butterflies, pollinators, and hummingbirds.

2019 Bay Ecology

by Kris Kirkwood on April 3, 2019

by Dennis Durkee, Mid-Coast Member-in-Training

Members of the 2019 initial training class examine what was caught in a seine during our Bay Ecology training field trip to Boggy Nature Park in Port O’Connor on March 30

Dr. Russell Miget, senior research scientist at Texas A&M University, expert on bay ecology, and a charter member of the Mid-Coast chapter, IDs specimens for the Class of 2019

Class of 2019 on Flickr

by Kris Kirkwood on March 19, 2019

Members-in-Training photos are being added to the Class of 2019 album  on  our Flickr  website.

Class members preparing to learn about Coastal Wetlands – photo by Dennis Durkee

Visit other albums on our Flickr site.

Upland Ecology

by Kris Kirkwood on March 14, 2019

Photo by Fred Woolfrey, Member-in-Training

The Class of 2019 at Welder Wildlife Foundation

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