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Posted on: October 12, 2022

Jean Suplick hosts wildlife presentations at library


PRINCETON, TEXAS: Certified Texas Master Naturalist Jean Suplick will be sharing her love and knowledge of birds at the Lois Nelson Public Library in her presentations “Common Wading Birds of North Central Texas” and “Chirp, Chirp! Who’s There?”

The first presentation, scheduled for October 17th at 10:00 A.M., will feature fun facts about the different wading birds in our region of Texas. The second presentation, scheduled for November 7th at 10:00 A.M., is an interactive session that will teach participants how to differentiate common backyard birds by their whistles and songs.

Suplick became a Certified Texas Master Naturalist in 2017. She currently volunteers with the City of Plano, LLELA Nature Preserve, YMCA Adventure Camp, and the City of Frisco where she leads hikes and programs for the North Texas community. 

To stay updated on this presentation and other environmentally focused events, please visit the Public Works Facebook page.


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