After spearheading San Antonio’s first organized private/public presence at 2016 South by Southwest (SXSW), nonprofit Choose San Antonio is headed next to the fall, eco-centric version of the Austin festival.
An estimated 60,000 San Antonians brought bikes, longboards, rollerskates, and scooters to a car-free Broadway Street Sunday for the 11th biannual Síclovía, the city’s largest health and wellness event.
As the United States’ first official “Monarch Champion City” – a unique designation by the National Wildlife Federation for cities that adopt all of the federation’s 24 recommendations for Monarch conservation – San Antonio will host a fun and educational celebration in honor of the winged insects that travel through the city on their multi-generation migration from Mexico to Canada and back again.
Move over, San Antonio.
The American Snout butterfly, Libytheana carinenta, is currently moving around the IH-35 pollinator corridor, clogging windshields and car grills along the way.
San Antonio’s economic growth has contributed to a bright future – and bright skies.
Conditions are ideal for Monarch butterflies in Texas this fall, but a freak spring ice storm at their ancestral roost in Mexico has migration forecasters calling for a setback in their population numbers.
A third female Asian elephant, Karen, has joined the group at the San Antonio Zoo this week.
To the citizens who attended one or more of the eight public input meetings for the Brackenridge Park Master Plan: it seems your voices were heard loud and clear.
The Southwest Research Institute (SwRI), in partnership with the University of Michigan and NASA, will launch an array of satellites in November that will provide the most detailed observations of the inner core of hurricanes ever collected.