Houston Audubon in partnership with the Baytown Nature Center is leading a monthly count at the Baytown Nature Center. David Hanson is the leader. The survey is usually conducted on the third Thursday of each month, September through May, and results are posted on eBird. The survey normally begins at 8 AM. Fore more information, visit houstonaudubon.org.
This workshop is for landowners, real estate professionals, attorneys, advisors, natural resource professionals, and city or county officials to learn about conservation easements and land preservation.
- Why save land on the Urban Edge? What is the Coastal Prairie and How Does it Benefit my Community?
- What is a Conservation Easement? What is a Land Trust?
- Top 10 Issues of Which any Landowner Should be Aware
- Effects of Land Fragmentation
- Saving Land and Saving Taxes – Income, Estate, and Property; The Appraisal Process
- Funding Sources for Land Preservation, Conservation Easements, and Restoration
Registration is required.
Cost: $15 – Registration includes BBQ lunch
For more information, please visit Katy Prairie Conservancy’s Conservation Easement Workshop.
Jason Bonilla will conduct another bird watching adventure in Woodland Park. Meet Friends of Woodland Park in front of the community building, bring your binoculars (optional) and join in for some birding fun on Saturday, October 21, 2017, from 7:30 to 9:00 AM.
Pro-tips: Wear long pants, boots if you have them, and apply mosquito spray.
|Bird Banding at GCBO 8:00am-noon
Event Date: Saturday, 09/19/15 8:00 AM
|Bird Banding at the Lake Jackson Sanctuary and offices. The public is invited to join us as we work to collect baseline data on bird populations at our sanctuary. Banding will run from 8:00 am to noon. The banding station is operated by Robert and Kay Lookingbill and is conducted the 3rd Saturday of every month. Please put this on your calendar and do join us when you can. Free of charge and no reservations are necessary. The GCBO Nature Store will be open till noon each banding day.|
Houston Geological Society’s 2017 ESW Field Trip is a Free family-friendly outdoor geology field trip.
Come explore geological stream processes with us! See point bars, cut banks, delta bar deposits, meanders, sediment flow structures and log jams. Find out what a thalweg is.
Field Trip Leader: Erik Scott
Wildlife Experts: Available for plant, bug and bird identification.
This is a WALKING field trip. There is nothing to collect. Bring a camera and binoculars for birding.
Services: No facilities on site.
FOR MORE INFORMATION: See the following 2017 Field trip Downloads: