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Mid-Coast Chapter, Texas Master Naturalist

Here in the Coastal Bend, the eastern ecozone meets the western, the Gulf of Mexico meets the Coastal Prairies, and the Live Oak Savannah of east Texas meets the Tamaulipan Thorn Scrub of south Texas. We are at the heart of the Central Flyway for migratory birds and butterflies, where flocks fuel up for their fall trip to Central America and resupply on their spring trip back north. This confluence of ecologies creates an area of great biodiversity in which Mid-Coast Chapter Texas Master Naturalists learn, volunteer, and play.

Breaking News!

The Powerhorn BioBlitz, previously scheduled for May 16, has been postponed because of conditions on the ground. If you could not participate on the 16th, you may now have another opportunity. Contact Brigid Berger – 713-825-1929 – to be added to her list of possible participants.

Green anole on Pride of Barbados - join button
White and brown pelicans - train button
Fiery skipper butterfly - volunteer button
Alligator report button

— From Our Postings —

Brown-eyed Susan flowers
Got Brown-Eyed Susans?
Do you have Brown-eyed Susans in your landscape? Would you like to?
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Volunteers prepare the net to capture red knots.
Volunteering for Red Knots
For non-birders, a Red Knot is a small shorebird. It breeds in the Arctic, and can winter as far south
Read more.
Fennessey Vegetation Survey 2019
Fennessey Vegetation Survey
MCTMN'ers have been working with the Mission-Aransas National Estuarine Research Reserve since 2009 to survey vegetation on the Fennessey Ranch
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Our Mission:
To develop a corps of well-informed volunteers to provide education, outreach, and service dedicated to the beneficial management of natural resources and natural areas within their communities.

Membership in the Mid-Coast Chapter Texas Master Naturalist
is open to qualifying individuals regardless of socioeconomic level, race, color, age, sex, religion, disability, or national origin.