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Ray Little has long maintained that the best day to attend a hawkwatch is his birthday...
Want to see thousands of hawks soaring their way to their winter home? Checkout the Corpus Christi Hazel Bazemore HawkWatch this
Amsler volunteering at Castro
I like a lot of what a person can do as a Mid Coast Chapter Texas Master Naturalist. I pick
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Why plant natives? If you plant it, they will come...
Volunteers prepare the net to capture red knots.
For non-birders, a Red Knot is a small shorebird. It breeds in the Arctic, and can winter as far south
Fennessey Vegetation Survey 2019
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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Mid-Coast Chapter members help Keep Aransas County Beautiful plant native plants at the city signs
Mid-Coast Master Naturalists, along with volunteers from Keep Aransas County Beautiful and Native Dave Sustainable Landscape Solutions, planted natives at
Members-in-training learn about critters that live in the bay from Dr. Russ Miget, charter member of the Mid-Coast chapter
Members of the 2019 initial training class examine what was caught in a seine during our Bay Ecology training field
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