Jun 10 2024

Lights Out Texas: Statewide (March 1 to June 15)

Mar 1 2024 - 6:00am to Jun 15 2024 - 11:00pm

Help migrating birds by turning off lights from 11 p.m. to 6 a.m. during spring migration.

Fort Worth Audubon Society: Prairie Walks at the Sid Richardson Tract - Crowley (Through June 21)

Apr 19 2024 - 8:00am to Jun 21 2024 - 10:30am
Sid Richardson Tract/Benbrook Lake
Old Granbury Road
Crowley , TX

Join Suzanne Tuttle to explore this tract of prairie land on the southeast shore of Benbrook Lake. 

This fieldtrip will be held on the 3rd Friday of the months February thru June. The meet-up times for April 19, May 17 and June 21 will be 8 a.m.. The meet-up times for February and March will be 9 a.m. Suzanne plans to arrive about 15 minutes before the start times so folks will see the pull-out.

The fieldtrip will last approximately 1.5 hours, but Suzanne will stay longer if the day is very birdy. The trail is natural surface, some will wander off trail, so please wear appropriate footwear and clothing for the weather conditions. There are no facilities on the property.

Women in the Environment: Sustainability at the Dallas Zoo - Dallas

Jun 10 2024 - 11:00am to 12:00pm
Dallas Zoo
650 South R.L. Thornton Freeway Flamingo Room inside the Prime Meridian Cafe
Dallas , TX

Presentation: "From Roar to Restore: The Vital Role of Zoos in Conservation & Sustainability Efforts" at the Dallas Zoo.

Discount Zoo Admission Prices:
$14 for Adults
$11 for Children (3-11)
Children 2 and Under Free
Zoo Members Free
Parking is $12
Presentation is free with Zoo Admission

Buy tickets on the link below.

Greater Fort Worth Sierra Club Environmental Book Club: 'The Secret Lives of Bats' - Arlington

Jun 10 2024 - 6:30pm
Fielder Museum
1616 W Abrams
Arlington , TX

We will discuss The Secret Lives of Bats: My Adventures with the World's Most Misunderstood Mammals by Merlin Tuttle.

Released in 2015, it received uniformly outstanding reviews, including in The Wall Street Journal, The New Yorker, The Huffington Post, National Geographic Book Talk, and Nature. 

Sharing highlights from a lifetime of adventure and discovery, Merlin takes readers to the frontiers of research and discovery, replacing the fear of the unknown with a profound appreciation for these long-neglected but essential animals.

Come to the meeting for the discussion whether you have read the book or not. Food and beverages allowed.

Info: Terry McIntire at tdmcintire@gmail.com