AT from Cibolo Center for Conservation

Virtual Prairie Restoration Workshop: Feb 19, 9:00 am to 2:30 pm. Join us to learn about restoring grassland prairies. Many grasslands in Texas have been badly degraded over the years. Fortunately, there are land restoration strategies that can be applied to increase the diversity and abundance of wildlife on the land. This workshop will cover land stewardship practices, including removal of invasive plants, preparation of old fields for restoration, and  selection and sourcing of native seeds. You will also learn about grants and programs available to assist with land restoration. Register and learn more. Report as AT: Lecture Series

In-person Oak Wilt Workshop: Feb 24, 6–7:30 pm, in-person. Join Erin Davis, Staff Forester from the Texas A&M Forest Service, for an up-close look at the deadly fungus disease killing our lovely hill country oak trees. Learn to identify oak wilt and look at options for managing and preventing oak wilt. Register and learn more. Report as AT: Lecture Series

Virtual Watching Wood-Warblers: March 23, 6–7 pm. Each spring, the sky is filled with small, colorful, insect-eating birds winging their way to northern breeding grounds. Wood-Warblers are diverse, beautiful, and a challenge to see, let alone identify. Join TPWD’s Texas Nature Trackers Biologist Craig Hensley for a presentation exploring the world of these birds. You’ll learn how to identify and discover these birds during the spring. This event is a virtual presentation, and links will be emailed on the day of the event. Register and learn more. Report as AT: Lecture Series

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