Parks, wildlife

The city of Dallas is developing wildflower gardens to help butterflies, bees, moths, birds and bats.

Local mycologist Dr. Denis Benjamin will speak at BRIT on May 7.

GSDFW columnist Amy Martin talks about the rash that inspired her to write this book.

The public is invited to help document flora and fauna April 22-23.

Amy Martin knows where to find the long, winding trails of North Texas.

Amy Martin explores the beauty of the nature center, which opened Earth Day 2014.

Environmentalists are applauding efforts by the city of Dallas to protect a natural spring.

Christopher Gibson is showing others the ropes about backpacking, hiking, rock climbing and scouting.

The locally produced film will be shown at the Angelika in Dallas on Jan. 25 at 6:30 p.m. with a reception beforehand.

The furniture maker led efforts to create tree board as development threatened Flower Mound's tree canopy.

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