We’ve all set! Covered areas in case the rain falls west of 281, a fire pit to keep us warm, really cool activities, and a grill for the hot dogs. New activities added: Robert, the reptile guy who’s bringing some of his favorite pets, Craig the “butterfly guy” and Robyn, the bee keeper who’s bringing some tasty treats. Hope to see you there!
Guest contributor: Phil Wyde
Have you ever wondered why animals look the way they do; why there are so many small brown birds; why a fawn has white splotches on its sides; why a zebra has black and white stripes? Nature has given each a coloration and shape to help them survive and produce future generations.
Guest Author: Phil Wyde
What do you know about sunfish? Well they’re fun to catch!
There are many species of sunfish (e.g., blue gill, green, longear), and they are very common in Texas. What do you know about them? Before determining this, you should realize that although they lack the renown of bass and many other fish, sunfish can be beautiful. Moreover, if a fisherman uses light tackle, he can get an awesome fight after hooking one. Indeed, sunfish have provided hours of fun for anglers or all ages, especially children.