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Couch's kingbirds
On November 15th, I was very fortunate to see a small group of five or six Couch's Kingbirds. This is a
Fulton Learning Center 5th graders prepare to plant native plants for butterflies and pollinators
The Mid-Coast Chapter of the Texas Master Naturalists made a HUGE donation of over 100 native flowering plants to the
Young green heron hunting lunch
This is the juvenile Green Heron that has been living at our pond for the last couple of weeks. He
Forest in fog
Karen Benson sent this message: I loved this poem. Seems like other TMN folks might like it too. From "The Writer's Almanac"
By Craig McIntyre, certified Texas Master Naturalist As we Mid-Coast Master Naturalists know, there are a number of unusual and
By Linda Shirey, Certified Texas Master Naturalist Early Saturday morning while I was looking over my two-lot "estate" in Rockport,
By Karen Benson, certified Texas Master Naturalist Just when I think I have seen every weird thing in nature, something
Barbara Jones took this photo of Orthemis ferruginea. You can see Barbara's photo album, Nature in the Jones Yard, on the MCTMN FlickR
Recently MCTMN members had the opportunity of visiting Powderhorn Ranch, one of the largest remaining undisturbed tracts of native coastal prairie