TMN Speakers Bureau

Our Chapter offers speakers for non-political events and meetings as part of our education and outreach mission.  Most presentations are approximately one hour, but many can be adjusted as needed.  The Chapter is able to provide a projector and computer if you do not have one, but the facility must provide a surface upon which the presentation can be projected and power for the projector.  The facility must also provide any microphone and amplification system if one is required.

The following topics are available:

  • Archaeology in Texas

  • Astronomy

  • Bats: Importance & Preservation

  • Birds in the RGV

  • Bird Migration in the RGV

  • Butterfly & Pollinator Gardens

  • Butterflies & Moths in the RGV

  • Climate Change

  • Common Native Shrubs & Trees

  • Creatures of the Night

  • Dark Sky Initiative: Why & How You Can Help

  • Ecological Overview of the RGV

  • Effective Presentations: Ho-Hum to Hooray

  • Hawk Watch

  • Host & Nectar Plants: What does that mean?

  • Invasive Plants & Animals in Texas: Why Be Concerned?

  • Milkweed, Monarchs & their Kin

  • Native Pollinator Plants

  • Native & Adapted Landscape Plants

  • No Lifeguard on Duty: Climate Change and the Coming Deluge

  • Preserving Monarchs: Why & How

  • Purple Martins: Importance & Preservation

  • Sustainability

  • Texas Sand Sheet: Life & Challenges

  • Texas Water--Them's Fighting Words

  • Texas Water Rights--and Wrongs

  • Urbanization and Landscaping Sucks (Water)

  • When the Big One Hits: An Illustrated Hurricane Primer

  • Wiggle Friends - Worms and Caterpillars Presentation for children 4-8

If you are a member of the STBC-TMN and have a topic for a presentation you'd like to add to our Speaker's Bureau and share with others, please let us know through this form as well.

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