Saturday December 8th, PPLT is opening Yegua Knobs Preserve to the public for an Open Preserve Day! This preserve is usually access with prior approval by PPLT as it is habitat for the endangered Houston Toad and a natural bog spring.
Come explore unique habitats such as the intriguing geology of the knobbs, rare plants and a spring fed bog. PPLT has partnered with USFWS and the US Forest Service to conduct habitat restoration on site, including prescribed burns.
You are welcome to drop by the preserve between 8:00am and 2:00pm to hike, wildlife watch, picnic and explore.
We will be holding a rescheduled nature class at 10:00 at the preserve. The topic is Monarch butterflies- we will have a short lesson about Monarch life cycles, migration, and habits. Then we will have interactive fun! You can sign up for the nature class here: http://signup.com/go/QqcFfPT
Please bring water as we have NO water on site.