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  • 10888521_734468189982892_3694464467475441657_n | Capital Area Master Naturalists
    Graduation Potluck 2015 Training Materials 2015 Training Overall Evaluation 2015 Evaluations Interpretation Mammals Geology and Soils Texacology Weather Archaeology Hydrology 2015 Hydrology Class Photos Birds Spiders Botany Insects Herps Restoration Rehab Fire Class Graduation Resources Links and Documents Volunteer Opportunities What Counts Board Meeting Minutes Texas Master Naturalist Program Volunteer Guidelines Calendar Log In Search for 10888521 734468189982892 3694464467475441657 n February 2 2015 640 427 Canyon Lake Gorge Advanced Training Trip Recap Photo by Mark Wilson Photo by Mark Wilson Related Next Image You must log in to post a comment Central Texas volunteers devoted to ecological stewardship education and outreach Connect Blog Facebook Twitter Flickr View capitalareamasternaturalists s profile on Facebook View CapAreaMN s profile on Twitter Upcoming Events May 5 Thu 2016 6 45 pm CAMN Board Meeting CAMN Board Meeting May 5 6 45 pm 8 45 pm May 25 Wed 2016 6 30 pm May Monthly Meeting Keeping th Austin Nature and Science Center May Monthly Meeting Keeping th Austin Nature and Science Center May 25 6 30 pm 8 00 pm Come hear Sharlene Leurig Project Director Texas Environmental Flows Sharlene works with the Meadows Center for Water and the Environment The Nature Conservancy National

    Original URL path: http://camn.org/2015/02/02/canyon-lake-gorge-advanced-training-trip-recap/10888521_734468189982892_3694464467475441657_n/ (2016-05-02)
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  • 10891760_734468209982890_3716557031599278061_n | Capital Area Master Naturalists
    Potluck 2015 Training Materials 2015 Training Overall Evaluation 2015 Evaluations Interpretation Mammals Geology and Soils Texacology Weather Archaeology Hydrology 2015 Hydrology Class Photos Birds Spiders Botany Insects Herps Restoration Rehab Fire Class Graduation Resources Links and Documents Volunteer Opportunities What Counts Board Meeting Minutes Texas Master Naturalist Program Volunteer Guidelines Calendar Log In Search for 10891760 734468209982890 3716557031599278061 n February 2 2015 640 460 Canyon Lake Gorge Advanced Training Trip Recap Photo by Mark Wilson Photo by Mark Wilson Related Previous Image Next Image You must log in to post a comment Central Texas volunteers devoted to ecological stewardship education and outreach Connect Blog Facebook Twitter Flickr View capitalareamasternaturalists s profile on Facebook View CapAreaMN s profile on Twitter Upcoming Events May 5 Thu 2016 6 45 pm CAMN Board Meeting CAMN Board Meeting May 5 6 45 pm 8 45 pm May 25 Wed 2016 6 30 pm May Monthly Meeting Keeping th Austin Nature and Science Center May Monthly Meeting Keeping th Austin Nature and Science Center May 25 6 30 pm 8 00 pm Come hear Sharlene Leurig Project Director Texas Environmental Flows Sharlene works with the Meadows Center for Water and the Environment The Nature Conservancy

    Original URL path: http://camn.org/2015/02/02/canyon-lake-gorge-advanced-training-trip-recap/10891760_734468209982890_3716557031599278061_n/ (2016-05-02)
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  • Bull Creek Entrance Permit | Capital Area Master Naturalists
    Entrance Permit January 26 2015 President This is a great way to earn a permit to hike an otherwise seasonally closed March 1 July 31 trail in golden cheeked warbler habitat You ll go on an orientation hike with a Wildlands staff member and have access to online study materials for a 30 question quiz before earning the badge If you ve never been involved with the Wildland Division s programs this is a great introduction and served as the gateway to me becoming a Master Naturalist It is also a good way to listen for or spot the golden cheeked warbler and learn its calls as the trail will usually be a quieter affair no people without permits are allowed during breeding season nor are dogs bikes or large groups at any time of the year The permit is good for three years At that time there is no need to take the hike again Simply take the online test and send in an updated photo for a new badge For Master Naturalists this can count as Advanced Training credit http www austintexas gov ecoweb Share this Facebook Twitter Email Like this Like Loading Related Post navigation Previous Post Grow Green Wildlife Habitat Gardening Video Next Post Canyon Lake Gorge Advanced Training Trip Recap Central Texas volunteers devoted to ecological stewardship education and outreach Connect Blog Facebook Twitter Flickr View capitalareamasternaturalists s profile on Facebook View CapAreaMN s profile on Twitter Upcoming Events May 5 Thu 2016 6 45 pm CAMN Board Meeting CAMN Board Meeting May 5 6 45 pm 8 45 pm May 25 Wed 2016 6 30 pm May Monthly Meeting Keeping th Austin Nature and Science Center May Monthly Meeting Keeping th Austin Nature and Science Center May 25 6 30 pm 8 00 pm

    Original URL path: http://camn.org/2015/01/26/bull-creek-entrance-permit/ (2016-05-02)
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  • Grow Green Wildlife Habitat Gardening Video | Capital Area Master Naturalists
    Rehab Fire Class Graduation Resources Links and Documents Volunteer Opportunities What Counts Board Meeting Minutes Texas Master Naturalist Program Volunteer Guidelines Calendar Log In Search for Advanced Training Grow Green Wildlife Habitat Gardening Video January 26 2015 President The Grow Green series of educational materials developed in partnership between The City of Austin Watershed Protection Department Texas Agrilife Extension and others is a wealth of information for gardeners and naturalists alike Encapsulated in this small subsection of the City website is an impressive list of informative videos print publications fact sheets sample garden templates searchable plant databases and even opportunities for low cost expert taught classes for amateurs and professionals The series just published its introduction to habitat gardening It s a short video overview of the components necessary to attract shelter feed and water our pollinators and other beneficial or native insects birds herps and mammals And it features the work of Capital Area Master Naturalists httpv www youtube com watch v 1cD4AJDXf3M Share this Facebook Twitter Email Like this Like Loading Related Post navigation Previous Post Camouflage Next Post Bull Creek Entrance Permit Central Texas volunteers devoted to ecological stewardship education and outreach Connect Blog Facebook Twitter Flickr View capitalareamasternaturalists s profile on Facebook View CapAreaMN s profile on Twitter Upcoming Events May 5 Thu 2016 6 45 pm CAMN Board Meeting CAMN Board Meeting May 5 6 45 pm 8 45 pm May 25 Wed 2016 6 30 pm May Monthly Meeting Keeping th Austin Nature and Science Center May Monthly Meeting Keeping th Austin Nature and Science Center May 25 6 30 pm 8 00 pm Come hear Sharlene Leurig Project Director Texas Environmental Flows Sharlene works with the Meadows Center for Water and the Environment The Nature Conservancy National Wildlife Federation Ducks Unlimited and the

    Original URL path: http://camn.org/2015/01/26/grow-green-habitat-gardening-introduction-video/ (2016-05-02)
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  • Texas Pollinator PowWow | Capital Area Master Naturalists
    2015 President This looks to be a good symposium of topics ranging from pollinators to native plants and how to get involved in creating or preserving the ecosystems that support them Speakers include Merlin Tuttle retired founder of Bat Conservation International Michael Warriner TPWD invertebrate biologist who has spoken at CAMN before on bumblebees and a slate of other experts from around the state including one Texas Master Naturalist For Master Naturalists it could be your entire year s Advanced Training requirement in one day http txpollinatorpowwow part2 weebly com Share this Facebook Twitter Email Like this Like Loading Related advanced training class native plants partners pollinators training Post navigation Previous Post 2015 Mammals Class Next Post Camouflage Central Texas volunteers devoted to ecological stewardship education and outreach Connect Blog Facebook Twitter Flickr View capitalareamasternaturalists s profile on Facebook View CapAreaMN s profile on Twitter Upcoming Events May 5 Thu 2016 6 45 pm CAMN Board Meeting CAMN Board Meeting May 5 6 45 pm 8 45 pm May 25 Wed 2016 6 30 pm May Monthly Meeting Keeping th Austin Nature and Science Center May Monthly Meeting Keeping th Austin Nature and Science Center May 25 6 30 pm

    Original URL path: http://camn.org/2015/01/23/texas-pollinator-powwow/ (2016-05-02)
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  • advanced training | Capital Area Master Naturalists
    Pollinator PowWow January 23 2015 President This looks to be a good symposium of topics ranging from pollinators to native plants and how to get involved in creating or preserving the ecosystems that support them Speakers include Merlin Tuttle retired founder of Bat Conservation International Michael Warriner TPWD invertebrate biologist who has spoken at CAMN before on bumblebees and a slate of other experts from around the state including one Texas Master Naturalist For Master Naturalists it could be your entire year s Advanced Training requirement in one day http txpollinatorpowwow part2 weebly com Share this Facebook Twitter Email Like this Like Loading advanced training class native plants partners pollinators training Central Texas volunteers devoted to ecological stewardship education and outreach Connect Blog Facebook Twitter Flickr View capitalareamasternaturalists s profile on Facebook View CapAreaMN s profile on Twitter Upcoming Events May 5 Thu 2016 6 45 pm CAMN Board Meeting CAMN Board Meeting May 5 6 45 pm 8 45 pm Share this FacebookTwitterEmailLike this Like Loading May 25 Wed 2016 6 30 pm May Monthly Meeting Keeping th Austin Nature and Science Center May Monthly Meeting Keeping th Austin Nature and Science Center May 25 6 30 pm 8

    Original URL path: http://camn.org/tag/advanced-training/ (2016-05-02)
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  • class | Capital Area Master Naturalists
    and its relation to plant propagation Students spent time at three hands on stations that demonstrated soil composition rock types and soils identification Following lunch students got a unique chance to visit geology from the inside by touring the LBJWC Wildflower Cave Prior to starting the curriculum materials Dr Karen Clary LBJWC s senior program director presented some of the missions of the center as well as made a request for involvement in the Emerald Ash Borer identification project Thank you to Ranleigh Hirsh and Paul Clements for class logistics help and for accepting the baton to be passed by Jon for the 2016 class Dr Karen Clary Nico Hauwert presenting basic geology Nico Hauwert demonstrating basic aquifer concepts Photo by Marc Opperman Jacob Eikstead demonstrating soil identification Jon Brandt demonstrating soil composition Nico Hauwert with geological samples Jacob Eikstead demonstrating soil identification Chert nodule found by Marc Opperman CAMN President while cycling home near Slaughter Creek after Geology class Photos by Marc Opperman Visiting the cave at LBJWC photos by Ryan Lassiter Wildflower Cave photo by Ryan Lassiter Class 2015 CAMN Class members at Wildflower Cave photo by Ryan Lassiter Class 2015 CAMN Class members at Wildflower Cave photo by Ryan Lassiter Class 2015 Share this Facebook Twitter Email Like this Like Loading class class of 2015 geology LBJWC soils training wildflower center Advanced Training Texas Pollinator PowWow January 23 2015 President This looks to be a good symposium of topics ranging from pollinators to native plants and how to get involved in creating or preserving the ecosystems that support them Speakers include Merlin Tuttle retired founder of Bat Conservation International Michael Warriner TPWD invertebrate biologist who has spoken at CAMN before on bumblebees and a slate of other experts from around the state including one Texas Master Naturalist

    Original URL path: http://camn.org/tag/class/ (2016-05-02)
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  • partners | Capital Area Master Naturalists
    Pollinator PowWow January 23 2015 President This looks to be a good symposium of topics ranging from pollinators to native plants and how to get involved in creating or preserving the ecosystems that support them Speakers include Merlin Tuttle retired founder of Bat Conservation International Michael Warriner TPWD invertebrate biologist who has spoken at CAMN before on bumblebees and a slate of other experts from around the state including one Texas Master Naturalist For Master Naturalists it could be your entire year s Advanced Training requirement in one day http txpollinatorpowwow part2 weebly com Share this Facebook Twitter Email Like this Like Loading advanced training class native plants partners pollinators training Central Texas volunteers devoted to ecological stewardship education and outreach Connect Blog Facebook Twitter Flickr View capitalareamasternaturalists s profile on Facebook View CapAreaMN s profile on Twitter Upcoming Events May 5 Thu 2016 6 45 pm CAMN Board Meeting CAMN Board Meeting May 5 6 45 pm 8 45 pm Share this FacebookTwitterEmailLike this Like Loading May 25 Wed 2016 6 30 pm May Monthly Meeting Keeping th Austin Nature and Science Center May Monthly Meeting Keeping th Austin Nature and Science Center May 25 6 30 pm 8

    Original URL path: http://camn.org/tag/partners/ (2016-05-02)
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