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Armand Bayou Nature Center

The gallery contains pictures and small blogs submitted by volunteers highlighting the wide variety of activities and wildlife found at the Armand Bayou Nature Center

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Mottled Ducks - Photograph by Lyman Brown

Posted by Gaye Batiz on February 13, 2014 22:33 CST
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Photograph by Lyman Brown

Posted by Gaye Batiz on February 3, 2014 15:16 CST
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Lyman confirmed that this is a River Otter spotted at ABNC.
 
 

Photograph by Lyman Brown

Posted by Gaye Batiz on February 3, 2014 15:12 CST
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Osprey and breakfast

Photograph by Lyman Brown

Posted by Gaye Batiz on February 3, 2014 15:11 CST
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American Goldfinch

Photograph by Lyman Brown

Posted by Gaye Batiz on February 3, 2014 15:11 CST
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Savannah perhaps?

 

Photograph by Lyman Brown

Posted by Gaye Batiz on February 3, 2014 15:10 CST
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Photograph by Lyman Brown

Posted by Gaye Batiz on February 3, 2014 15:09 CST
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Planting Mulberries

Posted by Gaye Batiz on January 26, 2014 22:15 CST
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On Saturday 25th January, a team of brave souls faced below zero temperatures to go out to clear trifoliate orange and dead brush so that 3 Mulberry trees could be planted.  This is the start of a series of projects to improve the habitat at Armand Bayou for the birds.  The team members are:  Gaye Batiz, David Crabtree, Edward Craven, Andrew Hamlett, Ken Russell, Tom Scarsella and Liz VanOrstrand.  Tom Kartrude and Mark Kramer are Staff Representatives.

This is a sight you don't see very often in Texas, a frozen sign complete with icicles.
 

Planting Mulberries

Posted by Gaye Batiz on January 26, 2014 22:11 CST
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One of the great things to see on a frosty morning are the stems of the Frost Weed plants.  The sap in the stems freezes and expands bursting the stem and creating these beautiful delicate webs of ice.  Well worth braving the cold to see.

Planting Mulberries

Posted by Gaye Batiz on January 26, 2014 22:09 CST
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Icicles in the Stewardship Yard.

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