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Tuesday, June 4 • 7:30am - 5:00pm
Barrier Island Field Trip (requires separate pre-registration) LIMITED

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Limited Capacity seats available

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This experience heads south to the Gulf of Mexico to visit unique coastal prairies. These island prairies are often referred to as strand prairies (linear strips between the dunes and marshes) and the dominant characteristic species include little bluestem, gulf dune paspalum, gulf coast muhly, red love grass, rosette grasses, thin paspalum, bitter panicum, gulf cordgrass, coastal sandbur, pinewoods fingergrass, fimbry’s, whitetop sedge, Indian blanket, seaside goldenrod, black-eyed Susan, camphorweed, wedgeleaf prairie clover, partridge pea, scarlet pea, American snoutbean, spotted beebalm, American bluehearts, prairie bluets, and spring ladies tresses orchids.
  • Potential sites: Follets Island Preserve, Galveston Island SP, Brazoria NWF

Tuesday June 4, 2019 7:30am - 5:00pm
Bus leaves from UH-Clear Lake

Attendees (23)