Texas Wesleyan University is collaborating with the Friends of Tandy Hills to inventory the biological diversity at Tandy Hills Natural Area (THNA). Experts and volunteers will congregate to inventory and describe the native plant and animal life found at THNA. The inventory and description are aided by a mobile app called iNaturalist.
Join us at 12:15 p.m. on March 10 in Lou’s Place for iNaturalist training in preparation for Earth Day. Sam Kieschnick and Rachel Richter, Texas Parks and Wildlife Department Urban Biologists - will lead the training. Volunteers participating in the Earth Day BioBlitz at THNA will use iNaturalist to document the biological diversity found there. 35 experts will participate in this intensive inventory of life and volunteers will assist in documenting.
This BioBlitz will inventory the common, the rare, the endemic, and the threatened plants and animals at THNA.