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.

 

Apr
26
Wed
2017
CAMN Monthly Meeting: Texas Foundation for Conservation @ Austin Nature and Science Center
Apr 26 @ 6:45 pm – 8:00 pm
April 26, 2017
John Shepperd of the Texas Foundation for Conservation will discuss the organization’s role in protecting Texas wildlife. The organization puts sound science and political advocacy at the forefront to ensure fish and wildlife resources are preserved for future generations.
May
26
Fri
2017
Possible CAMN Big Bend Trip [Doodle] @ Big Bend NP
May 26 @ 5:00 pm – Jun 2 @ 5:00 pm

Initiated by Marc
Possible Big Bend trip for CAMN and friends. Could also consider Big Bend Ranch State Park. Also interested in possible kayak trips through the Santa Eleña. Exact start and end dates are suggested, but they do represent the earliest and/or latest in the range that *I* can go.

Participants:
– Marc Opperman
– Michelle Garcia
– Trevor Evenson
– Linda Siebert
– Jarrett Hayman
– Caroline Taylor
– Sarah Jenevein
– David Brady
– Samantha Eberhardt

http://doodle.com/poll/8faztgyx4nxxen2n

May
31
Wed
2017
CAMN Monthly Meeting: Restoring America’s Wildlife @ Austin Nature and Science Center
May 31 @ 6:45 pm – 8:00 pm
TPWD Biologist Marsha May will detail the Teaming With Wildlife Coalition and the potential boon of H.R. 5650, the Restoring America’s Wildlife Act. H.R. 5650 will invest $1.3 billion from revenues from energy and mineral development on federal lands into state wildlife conservation and restoration programs.
Jun
28
Wed
2017
CAMN Monthly Meeting: Fireflies with Ben Pfeiffer @ Austin Nature and Science Center
Jun 28 @ 6:45 pm – 8:00 pm
June 28, 2017
Ben Pfeiffer is thrilled to shed light on the enchanting insects we call fireflies. Ben has studied Texas fireflies for the last 7 years and is the founder of firefly.org. He will discuss the species that occur in Texas, how they light up, and simple measures that can help conserve them for future generations.
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