Big Thicket Association is sponsoring the All Taxa Biodiversity Inventory, "Thicket of Diversity" (TOD), in partnership with the Big Thicket National Preserve, The Nature Conservancy, Texas Parks & Wildlife, John H. Kirby State Forest, Big Thicket Natural Heritage Trust and Watson Rare Native Plant Preserve.
The Big Thicket Association administers and coordinates the ATBI in cooperation with the National Park Service (NPS) and cooperating affiliates. The ATBI has been undertaken to enhance the ability of the NPS management by identifying every living species inhabiting the Big Thicket National Preserve and surrounding area.
Taxonomic Working Inventory Groups (TWIGS) are the heart and soul of the ATBI effort. They perform the field sampling and identification of organisms collected during the inventory. You may wish to get involved: Citizen scientists are volunteers that help provide key support to the ATBI effort. People of all ages enjoy opportunities to learn, explore, make friends, and contribute to a unique and worthwhile endeavor.
This undertaking would not be possible without generous support from persons like you. Donations help BTA fund researchers seeking knowledge about the components, abundance, and diversity of life in the Big Thicket.
(Note: There is a longterm reservation for FRS lodging over the spring/summer. However, if you wish to use our facilities, go ahead and enter your reservations request and we will try to accommodate you.)
The 7th Big Thicket Science Conference will be rescheduled to the spring of 2020.
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Researcher Ed Realzola will present a program in the Visitor Center auditorium at 11am on Thursday, January 4, 2018, on ...
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