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Fiery skipper butterfly on Padre Island mistflower
butterfly explosion resulting from Ellen Reisinger's design and implementation of the Monarch Waystation at the Linda S. Castro Nature Sanctuary
Neli directs Castro Spring-Cleaning
Thanks go to 16 volunteers—local Master Naturalists and Master Gardeners and students from Texas State University’s Wildlife Society, Plant Biology
Setting a post for a sign to protect a colonial waterbird rookery
Mid-Coast Chapter partnered with Keep Aransas County Beautiful (KACB) and Coastal Bend Bays and Estuaries Program (CBBEP) to clean up
Great kiskadee at nest
A pair of Great Kiskadees is building a nest at the Matagorda County Birding Nature Center. They are putting on
Volunteer roving interpreters for Aransas National Wildlife Refuge
My wife, Rebecca, and I have always loved to visit the Aransas National Wildlife Refuge. It has been one of
Tarantula Hawk eating aphids
By Steve Reisinger, Certified Texas Master NaturalistI hope you will enjoy these pictures I took at the Linda S. Castro
Agarita leaves and flowers
Today was a beautiful February day in the Brush Country. After two frosty nights, the day dawned clear and cold.
Planting natives in the Water Wise Wildlife Garden at The University of Texas Marine Science Institute
Ellen Reisinger and Laura Clark have been instrumental in bringing to life a demonstration garden for the Mission-Aransas Estuarine Research
by Julianne Thompson, certified Master Naturalist