Speaker Series — Nature Watch Big Bend: A Seasonal Guide

Join us for our monthly Speaker Series!
Doors open 6:30pm, Program begins 7:00pm
Free to the public

In a presentation of “Nature Watch Big Bend: A Seasonal Guide”, Texas Master Naturalists Jim & Lynne Weber will talk about what makes Big Bend unique, and will highlight certain species of trees, cacti, wildflowers, orchids, ferns, mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians, butterflies, moths, dragonflies, damselflies, and arthropods that are found in the park. The Webers will share curious facts and their photos of these species, most of which can be found in their most recent book. A book signing will follow the presentation and limited number of books will be available for a discounted price of $20 each.
Lynne Weber and Jim Weber are recently retired after long careers in the high tech industry in Austin. As students of Texas natural history since 1989, the Webers are dedicated volunteers, authors, and photographers,whose interests include birds, insects, and native plants. In addition to contributing numerous articles and photos to publications such as the Austin American Statesman, Birdwatching magazine, and Wildflower magazine, the Webers have coauthored two books: Nature Watch Austin: Guide to the Seasons in an Urban Wildland (2011) and Nature Watch Big Bend: A Seasonal Guide (2017), both published by Texas A&M University Press. They are currently working on a third book tentatively titled A Guide to Native Host Plants for Texas Butterllies.
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