Approved Advanced Training

Approved Advanced Training

These AT opportunities were approved and occurred in the past. New instances will be approved without completing an approval request. Bold, colored text indicates how to report each opportunity. If you have questions or know of opportunities that should be listed, contact the Hourskeeper.

  • Advanced training at Chapter meetings – AT: with Chapter Meeting
  • ANWR equipment training, front-desk training, tour training – AT: Specific-Project
  • Cold-stunned turtle training – AT: Specific-Project
  • Goose Island/other locations Bird Identification Walks – AT: Single presentation
  • Heron Flats/other locations Plant Identification Walks – AT: Single presentation
  • Invaders of Texas online or workshop training – AT: Online Training or Single Presentation
  • Mission-Aransas NERR projects training – AT: Specific-Project
  • Native plant propagation – AT: Specific-Project
  • Nueces Delta Preserve training – AT: Specific-Project
  • Other Partner training: any training required to volunteer for a partner activity not specifically listed here – AT: Specific-Project
  • Pond Management workshops – AT: Specific-Project
  • Prairie Restoration workshops – AT: Specific-Project
  • Rainwater Harvesting – AT: Specific-Project
  • Saving Family Lands Seminars – AT: Single presentation
  • Bird Identification – AT: Single presentation
  • TMN State Convention sessions – AT: with State Meet
  • Tree Safety and Planting – AT: Specific-Project
  • Turtle patrol anywhere training – AT: Specific-Project
  • Welder Wildflower Workshop – AT: Single presentation
  • WWF training – any training required to volunteer for a Welder project – AT: Specific-Project

Individual Lecture Series sessions that meet TMN criteria will be approved and listed on the Lecture Series page

Presentations by Chapter Members – AT: Single presentation

  • Karen Benson—Birding the Coastal Bend
  • Sam Burnett—Drift Seeds/Sea Beans
  • Ernie Schertz—Native Plants
  • Norm Hirsch—Alligators or Snakes
  • Kris Kirkwood—Native Plants, Invasive Plants, Use of Natives in Landscaping, Landscaping for Birds
  • Ray Kirkwood—Grasses, whooping cranes, sea turtles
  • Kris Kirkwood—
  • Ron Smudy—Trees
  • Phil Wildfang—Plastic Pollution in Marine Environments, Aquarium at Rockport Harbor
  • Clark Williams—Endangered Sea Turtle Recovery program

Note: If you know of other Chapter presenters who should be included in this list, please contact the Hourskeeper.

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