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Tuesday, October 21st: Texas Parks and Wildlife Department
Jessica Alderson, Urban Biologist, Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, will give a presentation that will cover common wildlife species you may encounter in your city. From coyotes and bobcats to rabbits and opossums, this presentation will provide facts about common urban wildlife species, teach you how to live amongst them and provide ways to change the future of traditional nuisance wildlife management.
Jessica Alderson received her Bachelorís and Masterís degrees in wildlife and fisheries sciences from Texas A&M University. In 2008, Jessica began working as an Urban Biologist for Texas Parks and Wildlife in the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex. In 2012, she transferred to the Urban Office in San Antonio. As an Urban Biologist, Jessica performs professional planning, management, research and public outreach associated with wildlife, habitat and natural resource management specific to the San Antonio area.
Tuesday, November 18th: Solar Update
Lanny Sinkin, Executive Director of Solar San Antonio, will give an update on progress made in solar energy, particularly distributed energy. Solar Fest: The William R. Sinkin Eco Center Building at 1802 N. Main, is the site of Solar Fest on Saturday, October 4. See Solar Fest details here.
Notice About New Witte Entrance While Construction Occurs
For our third Tuesday General Meetings at the Witte Museum, access will be from a new entrance off the south side on Tuleta. There will be staff to help with wheelchairs. The Witte parking garage is accessible only from the south on Ave B., which can be entered off Broadway west onto Funston St., then right, north, on Avenue B.
See Witte Parking Map
Socializing and snacks begin at 6:00 p.m., program at 6:30 p.m.. Presentations last about an hour.
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Bring Your Used Batteries to the Meeting
Don’t throw those small batteries in the trash bin where they will end up in our landfills. Bring them to the monthly general meetings where we will have a container for you to place them in. Thanks to Gay Wright for coordinating this recycling effort.