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Green Camping: How to Compost While on a Camp Trip

Green Camping: How to Compost While on a Camp Trip Hey Garden Thyme readers! Do you love spending time outdoors under the stars, but worry...

Communing With Nature: Nesting in the Pineywoods

Communing With Nature: Nesting in the Pineywoods The West Gulf Coastal Plain, known by Texans as the Pineywoods, is the most forested part of the...

Communing with Nature: Polk County Christmas Bird Count Delivers Mixed Results

Communing with Nature: Polk County Christmas Bird Count Delivers Mixed Results Binoculars and maps, water, cameras, and phone apps were ready, as 14 Piney Wood...

Take a Hike for Dinner, Forage

Communing with Nature: Take a Hike for Dinner, Forage Fall is a great time get out into the woods in East Texas for a hike....

Love is in the Air

Love is in the Air Yep, it’s that time of year. White-tailed bucks are checking out the girls. They aren’t very particular, however, and certainly...

The Pink-Feathered Roseate Spoonbills

Fishing Hole Nature: The Pink-Feathered Roseate Spoonbills The pink-feathered Roseate Spoonbills are special, and not found only in Florida or Galveston!  We have them...

Our Many Different Woodpeckers

Fishing Hole Nature: Our Many Different Woodpeckers When you live in East Texas, woodpeckers are a common sight - Red-Headed, Hairy, Pileated, Yellow-Bellied Sapsucker, Red-Bellied,...

Breeding Birds: Till Death Do Them Part, Sometimes

Breeding Birds: Till Death Do Them Part, Sometimes If you’ve braved the heat even for a walk around your yard or block, you’ve seen or...

Celebrating Our Local East Texas Bald Eagles!

Fishing Hole Nature: Celebrating Our Local East Texas Bald Eagles! We celebrate our country’s independence next month, and what better way to honor the...

Look But Don’t Touch!

Look But Don’t Touch! Lots of names for such a little thing. They are more formally known as the Texas southern flannel moth Megalopyge opercularis....

Green Camping: How to Compost While on a Camp Trip

Green Camping: How to Compost While on a Camp Trip Hey Garden Thyme readers! Do you love spending time outdoors under the stars, but worry...

Communing With Nature: Nesting in the Pineywoods

Communing With Nature: Nesting in the Pineywoods The West Gulf Coastal Plain, known by Texans as the Pineywoods, is the most forested part of the...

Communing with Nature: Polk County Christmas Bird Count Delivers Mixed Results

Communing with Nature: Polk County Christmas Bird Count Delivers Mixed Results Binoculars and maps, water, cameras, and phone apps were ready, as 14 Piney Wood...

Take a Hike for Dinner, Forage

Communing with Nature: Take a Hike for Dinner, Forage Fall is a great time get out into the woods in East Texas for a hike....

Love is in the Air

Love is in the Air Yep, it’s that time of year. White-tailed bucks are checking out the girls. They aren’t very particular, however, and certainly...

The Pink-Feathered Roseate Spoonbills

Fishing Hole Nature: The Pink-Feathered Roseate Spoonbills The pink-feathered Roseate Spoonbills are special, and not found only in Florida or Galveston!  We have them...

Our Many Different Woodpeckers

Fishing Hole Nature: Our Many Different Woodpeckers When you live in East Texas, woodpeckers are a common sight - Red-Headed, Hairy, Pileated, Yellow-Bellied Sapsucker, Red-Bellied,...

Breeding Birds: Till Death Do Them Part, Sometimes

Breeding Birds: Till Death Do Them Part, Sometimes If you’ve braved the heat even for a walk around your yard or block, you’ve seen or...

Celebrating Our Local East Texas Bald Eagles!

Fishing Hole Nature: Celebrating Our Local East Texas Bald Eagles! We celebrate our country’s independence next month, and what better way to honor the...

Look But Don’t Touch!

Look But Don’t Touch! Lots of names for such a little thing. They are more formally known as the Texas southern flannel moth Megalopyge opercularis....

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