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TNC TV Join us on Thursday, March 25! © Matt Williams


Join Us for our final Season 3 episode of TNC TV!

TNC TV is back, and we're expanding our programming to include a presentation at noon.

Thursday, May 13

Migratory Birds:  The birds are back! Find out where to see and hear our feathered friends returning to Indiana this spring.
  • TNC's Matt Williams is no stranger to Indiana's birds, having photographed countless species over the years. Matt will talk about common and rare migratory birds that you might see in Indiana, including facts and stories on how far they travel, why they travel and how they know when to go, what they eat along the way and what we can do to help them.
  • Then TNC's John Shuey is no stranger to Belize, and he will discuss an exciting TNC land project in that country. The Indiana Chapter was very involved in this acquisition. This is good for birds, butterflies and so many other creatures!
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Trick or Treat? Bats: A Spectacular Spooky Species Bats are amazing creatures! And bat conservation experts will tell you why.
Nature in Your Backyard Experts from TNC and Wild Birds Unlimited take flight with interesting info on backyard birding.
Get the Buzz on Pollinators Experts from TNC, the Indianapolis Zoo and the Indiana Native Plant Society explain the buzz around pollinators—why they’re critical and how to help them.
Freaky, Fascinating and Fabulous Think the copperbelly water snake, the Eastern hellbender salamander and the alligator snapping turtle lack appeal? Think again! Our experts will enlighten you with the cool side of these misunderstood creatures.
Trees: All Bark, No Bite Staff from TNC and Keep Indianapolis Beautiful provide the Dos and Don’ts of planting and maintaining trees; tree identification; and discuss trees as habitat—what lives in that tree?