Thursday, March 27, 2014

Birding in a Natural Wasteland

If you are in Texas tune in to the Texas Parks and Wildlife PBS show the week of April 6 to see a short piece on Hornsby Bend. We have worked on this story on and off for several years, so I am glad to see it finally get done. I don't expect a rush of visitors, but it is an unusual story for TPW since we are neither a park or preserve. As I say in the piece - we are "non-traditional habitat" which, of course, is marginal nature.

Follow the link to see the piece or tune in to PBS the week of April 6 to see the segment on the TPW show.


ecoman said...

nice! in toronto we have the leslie st. spit made of concrete fill from development. The entire spit has been colonized by plants now.

kevin m anderson said...

Yes, I know the Spit and there is a similar site in the San Francisco Bay called the Albany Bulb