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Summer Reunion, August 11
10:00 am - 1:15 pm
Dripping Springs Ranch Park


Michelle Camara has rehabilitated  animals for over 30 years and is the founder of Southern Wildlife Rehab in San Antonio. She has graciously agreed to present at our Summer Reunion on August 11th. 

Some highlights she will cover include: 

*How to peacefully coexist with wildlife 

*What to do if you find an injured animal

*Antidotes of wildlife rehabilitation and release

*Education Ambassadors will accompany her for up close and personal interaction!

Here’s a link to their website for more details: http://www.swildliferehab.com/about-us.html

To attend, please RSVP by email (hostcom@haysmn.org) no later than Monday, August 6 with your reservation and the names of any guests you will be bringing. See the Summer Reunion e-mail, sent out July 20, for more specific information.



New Web Site for Nature Lovers


  Hays County Master Naturalists have a new "external" website, available for Hays County residents who want to find out more about the natural environment of the Texas Hill Country.

There are many informative articles covering the general topics of water, plants and landscapes, wildlife and insects, as well as conservation and restoration. An additional "Wildlife Resources" page provides many useful links.

Go to the web site, beautifulhayscounty.org, and share the news about it with your friends!

Reporting Your Volunteer Hours

Hays Master Naturalists are now using the TX Master Naturalists VMS (Volunteer Management System) to report hours of Volunteer Service and Advanced Training.

For a guide on how to define the categories for your Advanced Training or Volunteer Service, click here or use the links below, "Opportunity Category Definitions."

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