Category Archives: Dragonflyer Newsletters

The Dragonflyer, August 2020, Volume 82

A Message from our President Fall is just around the corner! We can all look forward to bird migrations, cooler weather, and the Texas Master Naturalist 2020 Virtual Annual Meeting! Though volunteer opportunities may have been scaled back this year, there are lots of ways to get hours both at home and in person at our partners’ work days. Read Scott’s summer update here. September Chapter Meeting this Wednesday! On Wednesday, September 2nd from 7-8:30, Christopher Roos, Professor of Anthropology at SMU, will present Native Hunters, Prairies, and Bison,… Read More →

The Dragonflyer, June 2020, Vol. 81

A Message from our President In a normal year this issue of the Dragonflyer would address our busiest season, with naturalist events at peak activity.  While this certainly isn’t a normal year and we are far from peak activity, I am so grateful for and proud of the strong work NTMN members are putting in to keep our chapter mission going. Read Scott’s spring update here. Miss the Last Chapter Meeting? Find out what you missed and see the June announcements here. Note: you must be logged into… Read More →

Dragonflyer #80 March 2020

THE DRAGONFLYER March 2020, Volume 80 A Message from our President Scott Hudson, our new NTMN President, brings us up to date on this year’s main goals coming out of the 2020 Planning meeting. The four identified priorities are: Improving Outreach Efforts Enhancing Member Engagement Increasing Chapter Diversity Improving Budgeting and Financial Processes Read more about these efforts here. Welcome 2020 Trainees! On February 4th, we welcomed our newest Trainees. Read about their breadth of experience and diversity here. Lots to be excited about! We’re glad you’re here. Photo: Alan… Read More →

Dragonflyer Volume 79 – Nov. 2019

THE DRAGONFLYER November 2019, Volume 79 A Message from our President Bruce Stewart, NTMN President, brings us up to date on this year’s main initiatives: the 2019 Annual Conference, the Urban Wildlife Conference, and the NTMN move. Read all about it and be sure to RSVP before December 4th for the Annual Awards Dinner being held on December 11th. View Bruce’s note here. Open House for Prospective Master Naturalists On October 22nd, 36 intrepid people braved the tornado debris scattered about the area to learn about the upcoming NTMN spring class. So… Read More →