Category Archives: iNaturalist

Spring Nature Hikes at Chisholm Trail Community Park

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Hike Penitentiary Hollow on April 20, 2019

Hike Penitentiary Hollow at Lake Mineral Wells State Park on Saturday, April 20, 2019. RSVP at hikepenitentiaryhollow.eventbrite.com

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Chisholm Trail Park Docents

Dedicated volunteers spent a Saturday at Chisholm Trail Park & Community Center learning about the prairie at the park. They are preparing for the BioBlitz and ‘Talk to a Naturalist’ event on Sunday, April 28, 2019 from 2pm – 5pm. … Continue reading

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Hike Penitentiary Hollow with Jeff Quayle

Hike Penitentiary Hollow with Jeff Quayle Saturday, March 2 from 10am – 1pm Lake Mineral Wells State Park *Must pay entrance to the state park; Please RSVP https://hikepenitentiaryhollow.eventbrite.com Questions? E-mail Jeff at squaylei2000@gmail.com Jeff Quayle will be leading an adventurous hike … Continue reading

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FW-NPAT: A Year in Review 2018

Join us in January to learn about all the amazing things we’ve done in 2018. We’re impressed with how much our volunteers have accomplished. Tarrant County College – Northwest Campus Room WACB 1123 Download map: TCC-NW Meeting Location 2018 – … Continue reading

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A Year in Review: Our Accomplishments of 2017

A Year in Review: Our Accomplishments of 2017 Monday, January 8 from 6:30pm – 8pm 5301 Campus Drive in Fort Worth Tarrant County College – South Campus in the Center of Excellence for Energy Technology (LEED certified building with wind turbine) … Continue reading

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Ray Roberts Lake State Park – Isle du Bois Unit Field Trip on Saturday, May 27, 2017

Ray Roberts Lake State Park – Isle du Bois Unit Field Trip Saturday, May 27, 2017 9:00am – 1:00pm 100 PW 4137 Pilot Point, TX 76258 South side of Ray Roberts Lake Meet at 9:00 inside the entrance at the parking … Continue reading

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Southwest Nature Preserve iNaturalist Challenge on Saturday, April 15, 2017

Southwest Nature Preserve iNaturalist Challenge Saturday, April 15, 2017 1:00pm – 4:00pm 5201 Bowman Springs Road Arlington, TX 76017 Join us with your cameras and smartphones to participate in the iNaturalist Challenge, documenting all living species. See link below. This will … Continue reading

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