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The Dragonflyer, August 2021, Volume 86

Photo by Carol Garrison, John Bunker Sands Wetland Center A Message from our President In this quarter’s article, Scott reflects on resilience and the cumulative impact in seeing so many examples of adapting and thriving in the face of change. Read more about how nature marches on, and how our chapter members continue to persevere and make progress on our projects in the midst of a pandemic here. Class of 2022 Application Period Begins September 15th! Do you know someone who would make an awesome addition to the NTMN… Read More →

The Dragonflyer, November, 2021, Volume 87

photo by Stalin SM  Ned & Genie Fritz Buckeye Trail A Message from our President In this quarter’s message, Scott reflects on the changing seasons, the Annual Meeting, and a new project. Six hundred plus people attended the Annual Meeting in October, including 95 from our chapter. Did you miss the Friday night keynote address by our own Amy Martin entitled The Wonders of North Texas Nature? You can watch it here (password is keynote). Next year’s Annual Meeting will be held in Houston October 20-23, 2022. Fall Bioblitz Results Great work Citizen… Read More →

The Dragonflyer Newsletter – June 2021, Volume 85

Photo by Bob Mione, Monarch butterfly on American Basketflower at Connemara Meadow Nature Preserve. A Message from our President In this quarter’s article, Scott writes of the importance the work our Diversity and Inclusion (D&I) team is doing and how this work parallels the Be The Change program at the state level. He’s looking forward to seeing everyone in person at the Summer Social on July 7th and online at the Together We Dine event on June 10th. Read more here. Project Spotlight: DFW Wildlife Coalition The DFW… Read More →

Dragonflyer Newsletter – February 2021, Volume 84

Photo by Daniel Koglin, A Snowy Day at Goat Island Preserve A Message from our President Scott Hudson is pondering what it means to be a NTMN during this particular time in history. In this quarter’s article, he writes about how fortunate we are to live in a part of the country with such natural diversity and ecological significance. We’ve all heard plenty of comparisons between features – forests, prairies, streams, ecological communities – we find here and what’s found in other parts of the country. Read about… Read More →