The Pollinator BioBlitz runs from Oct. 7-23, allowing students, citizen-scientists and outdoor enthusiasts of all ages to simply enjoy pollinators of all sorts, or even to take it a step further and help increase the amount of data collected during the peak of fall migration by becoming a citizen scientist.
According to signs and symbols interpreted by meteorologists at the National Weather Service office in San Angelo, there is a 30% chance of rain beginning Sunday afternoon mainly northwest of a line from Ozona to Throckmorton.
Fans attending Friday night football games in the Andrews, Midland and Abilene areas could see some rain during the games. Games in the San Angelo area and to the east and southeast should remain dry for the most part.
"The Fish Art Contest does a tremendous job of exposing students across Texas to the wonders of fish and fisheries resources through the nexus of art,” said TFFC Director Tom Lang. “We always look forward to this time of year when we are once again amazed by the outstanding work and artistic interpretations of these young Texans.”
Animal health and wildlife officials have taken action to secure the facility and identify and notify other breeding facilities that received deer or shipped deer to this facility in the last five years.