BioBlitz fever continues to spread across Houston this weekend. The Great Houston Wildlife Count will take place this Saturday, October 8 and will cover Mason Park (email@example.com), Rice University/Hermann Park (firstname.lastname@example.org), Buffalo Bayou Park (email@example.com) and the Houston Arboretum and Nature Center (firstname.lastname@example.org). Click here for more information and to register. You will have a great time and be a part of gathering valuable data about the state of Houston’s natural environment!
Can’t get enough? Don’t forget about the big Texas Pollinator BioBlitz that runs from October 7 - 16. This is the first ever statewide pollinator bioblitz! In an effort to observe and identify as many pollinators as possible, participants will look for pollinators and nectar-producing plants and post photos and/or short videos to Instagram (#SaveThe Pollinators) and/or iNaturalist (in the Texas Pollinator BioBliz project. For more information - http://tpwd.texas.gov/education/bioblitz/
Get out and count!
Photo of an American Kestrel by Mary Waters