Madison Contreras of Troop 21126 has installed two bat houses at Rafferty Memorial Circle on Triangle Lake as part of her Girl Scout Gold Award Project. She has also kept a blog of her activities where she documents the building process and comments on the importance of bats in the urban habitat. Learn more about bats and her experiences building the bat houses at her blog Bats for the Willow WaterHole.Read More
Our local newspaper has published an extensive article covering the origins, motivations, and goals of the Brays Bayou Annual Invasive Species Round-Up and Carpathon, now in its second year. Calling it a keeper, it emphasizes its importance in "connecting Houstonians with the bayous that are so much a part of their city, increasing awareness of issues surrounding invasive species and introducing young Texans to the rewarding, life-long recreation of fishing."
Read the article at [Brays Bayou event a keeper in many ways]
: http://www.chron.com/sports/outdoors/article/Brays-Bayou-event-a-keeper-in-many-ways-12289149.phpRead More