Nature Nights are free, family-friendly events filled with exciting explorations of native plants, animals and the ecology of Central Texas. Each evening features interactive presentations, hikes with experts in their fields, and nature crafting for kids of all ages.
Free admission 6 – 9 p.m.
Regular admission is charged during the day. Admission is always free for members.
We are excited to offer ASL interpretation during the following presentation during “Habitats” on June 15:
6:30 p.m. – “Sharing the Space” (Auditorium); Tickets for this presentation are free but required (space is limited); acquire at the Admissions Kiosk.
Full 2017 Nature Night Schedule:
June 8: Reptiles & Birds of Prey
The free family fun begins with an up-close look at predators who slither and fly — featuring presentations from experts and appearances from real live raptors and snakes!
June 15: Habitats
Explore the ecology of Central Texas by learning who lives where and what makes an ideal home for critters and plants alike.
June 22: Pollinators
If you ate something today, you probably have a pollinator to thank for it! Learn how bees, butterflies and other pollinators impact our lives.
June 29: Water, Rocks & Mud
Looking for a reason to play in the dirt? Get down to earth to celebrate International Mud Day and learn about the ground beneath your feet!