Nature & Environmental Photographers (TexNEP) welcomes
you, the members and guests, to hear Anita Westervelt,
Vice President of the Rio Grande Valley Chapter Texas
Master Naturalist, give a presentation on Butterflies
and Host Plants in the Rio Grande Valley. “Now is
the time to prepare for fall butterfly migration,”
Westervelt said. The talk will include host and nectar
plants that can easily be planted and neglected in a backyard.
“The payoff is a relatively effortless way to bring
dozens of butterflies to your doorstep and avoid hours
of travelling to get those perfect photographs of spectacular
butterflies that live in and migrate through the Valley,”
is a freelance photojournalist and public relations and
crises communication director.
public is invited to attend the meeting, which takes place
at 7:00 p.m. on Thursday, May 21st. Meetings are held
at the new headquarters of the McAllen Public Library,
4001 North 23rd Street (Nolana and 23rd).
is no admission charge to attend meetings and participants
are encouraged to bring up to three photos to show and
share at the meeting. Images that can be shown on a digital
projector are preferred, but prints are also welcome.
TexNEP May field trip will be discussed at the Thursday
For more information about TexNEP meetings, visit the
organization's website (texnep.org); Facebook “Texas
Nature and Environmental Photographers” or contact
Greg Storms, TexNEP's Program Chairman, by email at email@example.com.