How carefully do you observe what is around you?
We were working at preventing or at least reducing the erosion on the ADA (Americans with Disabilities Access) trail at Ringtail Ridge, when a Texas State student looked up into the live oaks and elms and noticed a peculiar sight. A red-shouldered hawk met its demise after becoming entangled in the branches. Your comments and hypotheses as to how this might have happened are welcomed and encouraged.
The greenbelt trails that circle the city are thriving with activity. The wildflowers are just starting to bloom and the butterflies, bees and other insects are making the most of this very wet spring.
Look for an article in The Loop about the accomplishments of Texas State students, faculty, SMGA trail crew and San Marcos city workers during the recent Bobcat Build effort March 27th.
— Lance Jones