The Texas Pollinator PowWow has chosen to host their next conference in The Oldest Town in Texas! The event will take place at the Nacogdoches Exposition Center on May 5-6, with a fun and fact filled field day at Boggy Slough, outside of Lufkin.
The conference is filled with an amazing line-up of world-class speakers – including: Doug Tallamy, author of Bringing Nature Home and The Living Landscape, Merlin Tuttle, founder of Bat Conservation International, and Clay Bolt, communications lead for Would Wildlife Fund’s Norther Great Plains Program and renowned photographer and filmmaker. You can find out much more about the event at the Nacogdoches PowWow information page.
The registration cost is remarkably affordable at $50 per day or $80 for both - lunch is included. You can attend Bat Night, led by Merlin Tuttle and Chris Comer, and/or Moth Night, led by Doug Tallamy and Dan Bennet for an additional $15/each. Attendees who participate in the Friday and/or Saturday conference are eligible to attend the free Sunday field day at Boggy Slough. To register, click here. Online registration ends April 26th, so sign up today to learn more about Birds, Bears, Bats, Butterflies, Bees and Blueberries!