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By Anna Beckendorf, certified Texas Master Naturalist I began the wildlife gardens first, ironically, because the RV spot where we
By Paul & Mary Meredith, certified Texas Master Naturalists For us, one of the signature sounds for hot summer weather
By Karen Benson, certified Texas Master Naturalist Recently, I found the biggest squash plant I had ever seen.  It was
Now You See Him... Now you don't! Same photo—the first one is a close-up from the second. He is really in there!
What happens if you neglect your gardening for a while...
by Ray Kirkwood, Certified Texas Master Naturalist As most of you know, on Saturday March 22, 2014 a container ship
Richard Conger and Mike Mauldin have interesting neighbors.   Two baby owls resting after their first flight of 200 ft.
Geese, that is. While other states have been snowed under, Richard Conger's fields have been white for another reason.  Thanks
Barb Threatt's dedicated trail troops met recently to attack the overgrowth at Aransas National Wildlife Refuge. Photos by Claire Barnhart