The City of New Braunfels, in collaboration with the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department (TPWD), recently held two informative workshops for the public on urban wildlife. The first workshop, held on February 28th, was intended to inform residents on the
negative impacts associated with overabundant urban wildlife such as auto
collisions, degraded water quality and wildlife health.
The second workshop was held on Wednesday, April 11th and focused on
the various management strategies available for addressing overabundant urban
wildlife. A real-time survey was also conducted at the April 11th
meeting to solicit feedback from attendees.
If you were unable to attend the April 11th meeting, a live taping
is available on the City’s website via the following link: https://www.nbtexas.org/UrbanWildlifeWorkshop2.
The presentation slides from the April 11th meeting are also
available and can be accessed at https://www.nbtexas.org/UrbanWildlifeWorkshop2Presentation.
The survey that was administered at the April 11th meeting is
available online via the following link (www.surveymonkey.com/r/NBurbanwildlife)
for those who were unable to attend the meeting. Please complete the online
survey to voice your opinion and provide valuable feedback that will be
utilized by City staff and City Council to make future decisions regarding
urban wildlife in New Braunfels.
For more information on the workshop, please contact Mark Enders at 830-221-4639,
or at email@example.com.