On April 22 - 23, 2016, Friends of Tandy Hills Natural Area hosted the most comprehensive bioblitz in Texas. Dozens of the top scientists across the state descended on Tandy Hills to conduct a biological diversity inventory of all living species. They were aided by area students, volunteers and citizen scientists. This video, directed by, John Tandy, encapsulates the preparations for the event with interviews, aerial footage and photos. It was funded with a grant from Texas Parks & Wildlife Department Conservation License Plate Program and with additional, critical funding from Friends of Tandy Hills Natural Area and its generous supporters.
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- What we do
- Tandy Hills-Stratford Parks Ornithological Assessment
- Flora of Tandy Hills Natural Area
- Master Plan for Tandy Hills Natural Area
- Plant Species-Area Relationships
- Tandy Hills BioBlitz 2016
- Echoes of the Chisholm Trail
- Viability of Silphium albiflorum in Tarrant County
- Environmental Assessment, 1989
- Prospectus, 1993
- The Vegetation of the Fort Worth Prairie, 1946
- Illustrated Flora of North Central Texas
- Tandy Hills 2016 BioBlitz Handbook & Diversity Inventory
Our signature outdoor education program Beginning in 2010, FOTHNA teamed up with Fort Worth ISD, City of Fort Worth Parks & Community Services Department and Cross Timbers Chapter of the Texas Master Naturalists program for field investigation trips at one of the few remaining native prairie habitats in Fort Worth.