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Monday, November 12, 2018 from 6:30pm – 8:00pm
*Please note, our new meeting location is at TCC’s Northwest Campus.
Meeting in Room WACB 1123
Download Map: TCC-NW Meeting Location 2018 – 2019

Bats of the Prairies
Presenter: Rachel Richter, Texas Parks & Wildlife Department, Urban Wildlife Biologist

A great resource book for learning more about the bats of Texas.

Rachel Richter, an Urban Wildlife Biologist for Texas Parks and Wildlife Department will discuss bats of north Texas and their ecological value to prairies. Rachel earned her bachelor’s degree in Wildlife and Fisheries Science from Texas A&M and a master’s degree in Wildlife Ecology from Texas State.


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SAVE THE DATE! December 1, 2018, 5pm
Registration is now open!
Tickets are $30 per person
Deadline for registration is November 21.
Please join Native Prairies Association of Texas in Greenville

Join us at 5 p.m. for a delightful evening at the historic Landmark on Lee Street (see map on registration form) in downtown Greenville.

We will celebrate with a catered barbecue dinner and beverages, including beer and wine. (A vegetarian option is available.) Bring along your favorite delight to add to our ‘Dessert Potluck‘ (and share your recipe).

Presentations will include NPAT’s year in review, speakers will be on hand to share tales of the prairie, and some of NPAT’s special members will be honored.

Oh yes, we’re also holding a silent auction; so you can mingle with other prairie enthusiasts while reviewing what generous donors have made available for purchase.

A field trip to Paul Mathews Prairie is planned for the afternoon of December 1 (weather permitting).

More details to come. We will provide a list of lodging in Greenville and area attractions at texasprairie.org. For more information, contact Kirsti Harms at info@texasprairie.org or 512-392-2288.


(Visit our Calendar page for hikes, field trips, meet-ups & events)


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The Native Prairies Association of Texas (NPAT) is a non-profit membership organization & land trust dedicated to the conservation, restoration, & appreciation of native prairies, savannas, & other grasslands in Texas. NPAT protects over 3,850 acres of native Texas prairie, including over 100 acres of endangered/threatened tallgrass prairie. NPAT is a 501(c)(3) organization, & your membership and contributions are fully tax-deductible to the amount allowed by law.


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From Texas Alliance’s newsletter: “Representatives Jeff Fortenberry (R-NE) and Debbie Dingell (D-MI) introduced the bipartisan Recovering America’s Wildlife Act, H.R. 4647, which will provide $1.3 billion annually from existing federal revenues for state-led projects to restore fish and wildlife habitats.  More than $60 million per year would be for projects in Texas.

Passage of H.R. 4647 would direct a portion of existing royalties from energy and mineral production on federal lands and waters to the Wildlife Conservation and Restoration Program. State wildlife agencies will distribute the money to projects for habitat restoration, scientific research, protecting land, establishing conservation easements, and other initiatives listed in the state’s Wildlife Action Plan to conserve Species of Greatest Conservation Need.”

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2 Responses to Home

  1. Sue Crain says:

    How do I apply for the GRIP? I am in Clay County, Texas and really need some help with my land. I have deer, quail, doves, and other wildlife, but the grass is not very good, and some real cactus problems in areas. Everything is organic.
    Sue Crain, 940-674-5128, 324 Mojave Trail, Wichita Falls, TX, 76310

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