The communications office of the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center at The University of Texas at Austin provides media with timely, accurate information about the Wildflower Center. Below are recent press releases related to Center events and to staff expertise on conservation practices, native plant gardening, nature education, and native plant resources and research findings. For more information or photos beyond those on the newsroom site, please contact:
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The Wildflower Center has teamed up with Texas Parks and Wildlife to present this family-friendly series. Each Thursday evening in July, visitors are invited to learn about a different animal-themed topic and interact with live animals. The Wildflower Center and Texas Parks and Wildlife staff members have created programs that not only feature a variety of animals, but also discuss their habitats.
Programs begin at 7 p.m. each evening with a repeat performance at 8 p.m. Each week will also feature a habitat hike, walk or talk by Wildflower Center Staff, and visitors may enjoy special summer fare in the café each evening. The Center will close at 9 p.m. each evening. Scheduled topics:
The Wildflower Center is located in southwest Austin: Follow Loop 1 south, turn left on La Crosse Avenue, the first light past Slaughter Lane. The Wildflower Center is two blocks down on the right.
For more information about Nature Nights, call 512.232.0104 or visit $link(nd=nature, www.wildflower.org).
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