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The Dragonflyer, November 2022, Volume 91

A Message from our President In this quarter’s message, Scott Hudson offers a recap of the 2022 Texas Master Naturalist Annual Meeting held last month in Houston. Scott shares the highlights of our chapter’s participation and recognition, and tells us where we are headed next for year’s conference. There’s also some important legislation pending with Recovering America’s Wildlife Act. Richard Heilbrun, the Conservation Outreach Program Leader for Texas Parks & Wildlife Department encourages us to take action and contact our senators and asking for their support before it’s too late. Read Scott’s message here. Project Highlight:… Read More →

The Dragonflyer, June 2022, Volume 89

A Message from our President In this quarter’s message, Scott shares his detailed notes on the most recent TMN Tuesday presentation about the important Recovering America’s Wildlife Act (RAWA) and recognizes the class of 2022 along with the return of Native Plants and Prairies Day. Learn more about RAWA and other wildlife advocacy here. Reminder: NTMN Summer Social is July 6th from 5:00-8:00 pm at Texas Discovery Gardens and will replace our July Chapter Meeting. Native Plants and Prairies Day NTMN and the Native Prairies Association of Texas, Blackland Prairie Chapter collaborated on the triumphant return of… Read More →

The Dragonflyer, March 2022, Volume 88

A Message from our President In this quarter’s message, Scott shares his thoughts on this year’s programs theme, affinity groups and our 2022 priorities. Priorities include Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, and Youth/Community Education. Congratulations Class of 2021 Nancy Wilson tells us that despite having a classroom experience completely online, the 2021 class had one of the highest percentages of students who certified. Students found all kinds of clever ways to get out and volunteer despite Covid limitations. 33 students found 66 ways to give almost 1800 volunteer hours to our… 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 →