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  • Log In | Capital Area Master Naturalists
    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 Log In Username or E mail Password Remember Me Register Lost Password Share this Facebook Twitter Email Like this Like Loading 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 Like 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 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 Harte Research Institute to find Continue reading May Monthly Meeting Keeping the Water Flowing Our Desired Future

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  • CAMN Board Meeting | Capital Area Master Naturalists
    Links and Documents Volunteer Opportunities What Counts Board Meeting Minutes Texas Master Naturalist Program Volunteer Guidelines Calendar Log In Search for CAMN Board Meeting Leave a comment Calendar Add to Calendar Add to Timely Calendar Add to Google Add to Outlook Add to Apple Calendar Add to other calendar Export to XML When May 5 2016 6 45 pm 8 45 pm Repeats 2016 05 05T18 45 00 05 00 2016 05 05T20 45 00 05 00 Where Austin Nature Science Center 2389 Stratford Dr Austin TX 78746 United States Events and Meetings Related This post was replicated from another site s calendar feed Post navigation Previous Post February Chapter Meeting Next Post TPWD Herps of Texas Workshop 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

    Original URL path: http://camn.org/event/camn-board-meeting-2123/?instance_id=4592 (2016-05-02)
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  • May Monthly Meeting: “Keeping the Water Flowing – Our Desired Future” | Capital Area Master Naturalists
    Class Graduation Resources Links and Documents Volunteer Opportunities What Counts Board Meeting Minutes Texas Master Naturalist Program Volunteer Guidelines Calendar Log In Search for May Monthly Meeting Keeping the Water Flowing Our Desired Future Leave a comment Calendar Add to Calendar Add to Timely Calendar Add to Google Add to Outlook Add to Apple Calendar Add to other calendar Export to XML When May 25 2016 6 30 pm 8 00 pm 2016 05 25T18 30 00 05 00 2016 05 25T20 00 00 05 00 Where Austin Nature and Science Center 301 Nature Center Dr Austin TX 78746 USA Cost Free Contact Mark Wilson Email Advanced Training Events and Meetings 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 Harte Research Institute to find and purchase water for the environment in the state of Texas In 2014 she began producing stories for Our Desired Future a multimedia project to educate Texans on the interconnections between water above and below ground and what Texans can do to keep water flowing for future generations http texaslivingwaters org environmental flows Related Post navigation Previous Post Why Connecting to Nature is Important to People and Nature 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

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  • Calendar | Capital Area Master Naturalists
    Meeting Minutes Texas Master Naturalist Program Volunteer Guidelines Calendar Log In Search for Calendar This calendar will not usually contain volunteer opportunities CAMN members can find those in the emailed Weekly Reader or in the Member Pages area For more information please contact the Volunteer Opportunities chairperson Categories Advanced Training Events and Meetings Volunteer Opportunities Tags amy sugeno camn ecotherapy monthly meeting public txmn Agenda Agenda Day Month Week May November 2016 May Nov 2016 Collapse All Expand All May 5 Thu 2016 CAMN Board Meeting May 5 6 45 pm 8 45 pm Like this Like Loading Read more Categories Events and Meetings May 25 Wed 2016 May Monthly Meeting Keeping the Water Flowing Our Desired Future 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 Harte Research Institute to find and purchase water for the environment in the state of Texas In 2014 she began producing stories for Our Desired Future a multimedia project to educate Texans on the interconnections between water above and below ground and what Texans can do to keep water flowing for future generations http texaslivingwaters org environmental flows Like this Like Loading Read more Categories Advanced Training Events and Meetings Jul 7 Thu 2016 CAMN Board Meeting Jul 7 6 45 pm 8 45 pm Like this Like Loading Read more Categories Events and Meetings Sep 1 Thu 2016 CAMN Board Meeting Sep 1 6 45 pm 8 45 pm Like this Like Loading Read more Categories Events and Meetings Nov 3 Thu 2016 CAMN Board Meeting Nov 3 6 45 pm 8 45 pm Like this Like Loading

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  • Finding Austin’s Endangered Ones – A BCP Hike | Capital Area Master Naturalists
    or 5 days and then rests for about a day before laying one egg every day for the next four days The female incubates the eggs for about 11 days Both parents feed the fledglings for the next 9 to 11 days before the fledglings leave the nest In mid July the warblers begin the flight south to their wintering grounds Golden cheeked warblers have two songs with variants The male sings his A song bzz bzz lay zee day zeee when he is establishing or defending territory When the female has begun incubating the eggs the male sings his B song bzz zee dada or bzz zee dabadaba When the fledglings hatch the male will sing his A song again sometimes with a beak ful of worms for the hungry mouths in the nest Jonny also called our attention to the songs of blue gray gnatcatchers phoebes and a red eyed vireo Continuously scanning the branches for nests Jonny spotted and pointed out a fuzzy ball a little bigger than a hummingbird s nest Moments later an adult blue gray gnatcatcher entered the nest bringing worms to the nestlings We also spotted a golden cheeked warbler male perched in the top of an oak tree singing his A song preening and politely posing for a full minute to be viewed and photographed Though the focus was mostly on listening and watching for birds the plant species offered surprises as well Robert spotted the uncommon seven leaf creeper Parthenocissus heptaphylla on the fence by the entry A drop of bright red at the side of the trail was in fact a scarlet leatherflower Clematis texensis The unusual green flower of the pearl milkweed vine Matelea reticulate caught our attention and a lemony scent from underfoot turned out to be Drummond

    Original URL path: http://camn.org/2016/04/29/finding-austins-endangered-ones-a-bcp-hike/ (2016-05-02)
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  • Hike at the Concordia University Preserve | Capital Area Master Naturalists
    a thick forest of tall trees Moments later we reached the spring fed creek where the water ran filtered and clear The water flow and temperature are relatively constant in a spring fed creek and the creek bed is a series of shallow pools and travertine dams with overhanging ledges The travertine dams and ledges form when the calcium carbonate that is dissolved in the water crystallizes and combines with biological materials over time These shallow pools and overhangs provide an ideal habitat and protection for the endangered Jollyville salamander Following this spring fed creek we see a long series of pools and dams until we come to an adjoining creek that is mostly formed by rainwater run off In this creek there are no pools and dams Rather we see bars of sand and gravel and larger rocks that have been carried downstream by strong rainwater flows The canyon widens as we walk down the stream and in this riparian environment we see towering sycamore oak and walnut trees with garlands of muscadine grape rattan vines and catbrier In the understory are box elder yaupon wafer ash Carolina buckthorn and roughleaf dogwood The ground is covered with Virginia creeper cedar sage Texas columbine shield fern maiden hair fern tick trefoil and poison ivy Then we head up another slope emerging into an upland community where we are greeting by a riot of color Blooming in the rocky prairie spaces between the junipers are Drummond phlox cornsalad bluebonnets and stork s bill At the end of the hike we walk past a man made pond which is still and quiet now except for the hawk hovering nearby though Dr Meissner says there have been sightings of egrets kingfishers and great blue herons here Arriving at the end of the trail

    Original URL path: http://camn.org/2016/04/17/hike-at-the-concordia-university-preserve/ (2016-05-02)
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  • April 2016 CAMN Opportunity Listing in VMS | Capital Area Master Naturalists
    Opportunities April 2016 CAMN Opportunity Listing in VMS April 12 2016 Ranleigh Hirsh Leave a comment Trying to locate the correct opportunity from the 98 items in VMS s dropdown list can be very challenging Download the 2016 04 12 CAMN OpportunityListings to help you locate the opportunity you are looking to use in VMS The document is ordered by partner organization You can also use My Placements on the VMS dashboard to see the full list Categories have changed slightly for experienced CAMN members View the State program s category definitions to understand the two letter categories found on CAMN opportunities As CAMN evolves as an organization so will our opportunities list We will be evaluating how often our opportunities are used and where new opportunities could ease logging for the members If you know of a missing opportunity that several members would use provide the details by using New Opportunity Capital Area Master Naturalist from the dropdown menu where you log your hours Any suggestions questions or concerns should be directed to membership camn org Share this Facebook Twitter Email Like this Like Loading Related Post navigation Previous Post Congratulations to all 2015 award winners Next Post Hike at the Concordia University Preserve 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

    Original URL path: http://camn.org/2016/04/12/april-2016-camn-opportunity-listing-in-vms/ (2016-05-02)
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  • Capital Area Master Naturalists | Central Texas volunteers devoted to ecological stewardship, education and outreach.
    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 Welcome to CAMN The 2016 class is underway and closed to applicants Applications will open August 1 2016 for the 2017 class Members of the Capital Area Master Naturalists CAMN are dedicated to the conservation preservation and restoration of our natural resources Our overriding goal is to help educate the public about the natural world in and around our community To that end we train encourage and support Texas Master Naturalist volunteers in Austin Texas and the surrounding counties to provide community programs and projects that increase appreciation of our natural environment and promote protect and preserve native flora fauna and the ecosystems that support them CAMN is a chapter of the Texas Master Naturalist program TMN is made possible through a partnership between Texas Parks and Wildlife and Texas Agrilife Extension Share this Facebook Twitter Email Like this Like Loading 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 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 Harte Research Institute to find Continue

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