AT:Habitat

Advanced Training – Habitat

This page will list training related to our local environment, habitat resource management or public outreach, and training that includes ecosystems—both plants and animals.

Learn how to participate in monarch butterfly research/conservation in the Milkweeds & Monarchs Project.
Over 12,000 sea turtles were stranded in Texas during February 2021 when record-breaking low temperatures reached the Gulf Coast.
Seven presentations teaching benefits of native plants for maintaining biodiversity and attracting local wildlife.
Seven presentations teaching benefits of native plants for maintaining biodiversity and attracting local wildlife.
The University of Texas Marine Science Institute (UTMSI) Lecture Series goes virtual!
Project WILD—explore and share the world of wildlife and ecosystems using fun, hands-on educational activities. Feb 2 and 9, 2021.
Texas Water Specialists provide beneficial management of aquatic habitats.
Learn all about Clean Coast Texas, an initiative of the Texas Coastal Nonpoint Source Pollution Program.
Register for February 2021 Wings of Winter walking tours to see birds of Port Aransas.
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