An event for people young and old to learn about the importance of protecting endangered species and everyday actions that people can take to protect our natural areas. Throughout the day there will be exhibits and activities focusing on threatened and endangered wildlife, conservation, recycling and information on what you can to to help.
Exhibitors and exhibits will include:
Texas Parks and Wildlife
Texas Forestry Service
WTAMU Wildlife Society
PAEYC (Panhandle Association for the Eduation of the Young Child)
Canyon’s Edge Nursery
Panhandle Ground Water District
Palm Oil Issue
Problems with Introduced Species – See iguanas, pythons and a giant marine toad!
Plant sale featuring a great selection of butterfly and hummingbird attracting types
Kids can make a “seed ball” with native wildflower seeds
Music by Andy Chase Cundiff from 11am – 2pm
Get a free packet of ladybugs from Xcel Energy – while supply lasts
Saturday, April 20
9:30am – 3:00pm