803, Art C, DMcB, Jim Mille's Rain Gauge, John Kuth's Rain Gauge, Tom
HCMNs Tom Watson and Joseph Rogers (2015 class) collecting seeds on the Water Quality Lands.
Volunteers on the Mary Kay Maxwell property on W. Slaughter in Austin after seed collection.
Discovery Center Work
Discovery Center volunteer work by Margaret Collins and Patty Duhon from last year’s Fox class. Their activities included weeding and mulching the rose bed.
All warm blooded animals have E.coli in their guts.
This is the CoCoRaHS login screen, after you open the app.
This is the screen you see if you have more than one approved location.
This is the Data Entry screen you will use most days. This is for a single day observation. There is also a different screen for entering a multi-day observation (entered the first day you return from being out of town).
This is a screen showing your Daily Logging history. There is a separate screen that shows the history of multi-day observations.
Jim Miller’s Rain Gauge - 3 mi. S of Wimberley
John Kluth’s Rain Gauge - Hays Co.
John Kuth’s Rain Gauge in Houston
Dick McBride’s Rain Gauge - Willow Creek area (south San Marcos)
Tom Jones’ Rain Gauge - Wimberley
Sarah Carlisle’s Rain Gauge - Wimberley
Winter Woodies Walk
In January, HCMN Tom Watson led several Winter Woodies Walks along the Slaughter Creek Trail on the Water Quality Protection Land’s Mary Gay Maxwell Management Unit. This photo was taken on January 7th. If conditions are favorable, the trail at 9909 1/2 FM 1826 is open to the public. It is a great place to stop for a hike if your trip into Austin takes you that way. Check trail conditions at this link: https://www.facebook.com/slaughtercreektrail/.
Photo by Christine Middleton.
Art Crowe’s Rain Gauge - West Hays Co.
Mary Egan’s Rain Gauge - Niederwald, TX
Brad Janowski’s rain gauge - located ~3 miles east of downtown Dripping Springs
Eva Frost’s Rain Gauge - Henley
THE HAYS HUMM
HCMN NEWSLETTER FEBRUARY 2019
TOM JONES & BETSY CROSS
Cover Photo-Eastern Screech-Owl Click on Images to enlarge and view in lightbox.
Larry Calvert’s Rain Gauge - 4.5 miles east of Wimberley
Talon Dancer’s Rain Gauge - located in MN Valley several miles east of Wimberley
Blaine Nelson’s Rain Gauge - located at Mountain Crest in Wimberley
Blood Moon January 20-21, 2019
Photo by Betsy Cross
Patty Duhon - Grand Canyon shower.
Dry Cypress Creek
Photo taken Jan. 5th showing nice flow in Dry Cypress Creek upstream from Jacobs Well. The flow is a result of rising water levels in the Trinity aquifer from the abundant winter rainfall. Jacobs Well Natural Area - Wimberley.