We looked inside some of the tweets by @ATCOFA and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
If these bald cypress can survive more than 2,000 years of climatic change and anthropogenic impacts, you can survive finals week. You got this, 'Jacks! https://www.newsweek.com/2624-tree-north-carolina-swamp-oldest-planet-1421844?fbclid=IwAR2ai1QwHtDlxr2nn24SQUR0Pjx5RwoIIu-XnkKQi72HES5mQXRzOjWyHqI … #TreeWisdom #Taxodium #FinalsWeek #ATCOFA
.."In the United States, biologists are spreading the word about the good points of scaly predators in a bid to protect these important predators. A single black snake, for instance, can eat dozens of rats a year." http://www.pbs.org/wnet/nature/the-reptiles-snakes-saving-snakes/2911/ … #WildlifeWednesday #SavetheSnakes
Just in case you need a mid-week pick-me-up: https://texashighways.com/wildflowers/gallery-wildflowers-of-the-hill-country/?fbclid=IwAR0IiaJ9mKdth_03elHKcgG0sxg9DkCDm4Cqtfk687r7-PS4HcAyssmnnAM …
Check out this thoughtful @HoustonChron article featuring Rob Hughes, #ATCOFA alumnus and @texasforestry president, regarding the potential of East Texas timber in shaping our nation's future city infrastructure. https://www.houstonchronicle.com/business/article/East-Texas-nation-s-wood-basket-13707045.php?fbclid=IwAR38shTPF05iMrfrgdKJjj5Lq2P5_obELHdB8aG_Sipcg6c1DzvbspJWS3o … #TexasForestry
In celebration of Black History month, we are highlighting seven major agricultural contributions from African American farmers, horticulturists, and inventors. Their contributions have revolutionized the way our food system functions today. https://www.farmproject.org/blog/2017/2/4/hikqys8igvv0bo368aco3mrb1rv7d1 …
Thanks to Texas' abundant freshwater and marine ecosystems, there are literally hundreds of fish species at our fingertips! #ThrowbackThursday to 2015 forest hydrology lab. Learn more here: https://tpwd.texas.gov/landwater/water/aquaticspecies/inland.phtml … #Hydrology #ichthyology