Pocket Prairie: Helping Our Neighbors, Healing Our Minds

‘Over 9 million acres of prairie once existed as a grassland paradise for Native Americans and early settlers. Today less than 1% remains.’ ~ USFW / USGS, Paradise Lost? Coastal Prairie of Louisiana and Texas

This article was written for June’s edition of the
Texas Master Naturalists™ Coastal Prairie Chapter
‘Courier’ publication.

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In Their Element: Birds Of The Texas Upper Gulf Coast

A male Eastern Bluebird brings morsels to his brood.

“Nature is so powerful, so strong. Capturing its essence is not easy — your work becomes a dance with light and the weather. It takes you to a place within yourself.” ~ Annie Leibovitz

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