February 27, 2021 9:00 am - 11:00 am

Description

Tour Guide: Cindy Frank

Deadline to Register: Noon, Friday, Feb. 26, 2021.

“I always thought I wanted to become a Master Gardener someday – until I heard about the Master Naturalist program. After retirement in 2014, I signed up for Master Naturalist classes. I became a Certified Master Naturalist in December 2014. I learned a tiny bit about fish, a little bit about reptiles, some more about animals, and a lot about plants and birds. In the past five years I have volunteered for more than 4,000 hours and have recently earned the Presidential Volunteer Service Award. I seem to learn something new every single day, and I enjoy sharing ideas and fun facts with young and old alike.”

Limited to 10 people.

Instructions

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  2. Click on Reserve Tickets.
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  4. Click on Ticket added to Cart when you are finished reserving tickets.
  5. The next page will ask for the name(s) of the Attendee(s) in your group.
  6. Proceed to Checkout.
  7. You will be directed to the Confirmation Page.
  8. There will be a link to download your ticket(s).
  9. You will also receive an email with instructions.

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Leonabelle Turnbull Birding Center

The Birding Center is located at at 1356 Ross Avenue, which is down the street from the Community Park and next to the Nueces County Water Treatment Facility. The site offers a native pollinator garden and large trees in the front area and a new 700 foot long boardwalk over the freshwater wetlands in the back.