One event on June 20, 2019 at 6:00 pm
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.
The Life on the Prairie Nature Night highlights prairie ecosystems, some of the most beautiful, important and threatened in Texas and across the nation. Learn about the wildflowers, tall grasses and deep roots supporting these scenic landscapes and all the critters that call them home.
Free admission 6 – 9 p.m.
Regular admission is charged during the day. Admission is always free for members.
Wildflower Café will be open and also have a tent in the Courtyard with meals, snacks and refreshments available for purchase.
Bill Oliver and the Otter Space Band, Auditorium
6:45 p.m. (American Sign Language interpretation provided), 7:45 p.m.
Walk & Talk on the John Barr Trail with Meredith O’Reilly and Minnette Marr, Meet in the Courtyard
6:30 p.m., 7:45 p.m. (American Sign Language interpretation provided)
Pocket Prairies Presentation with John Hart Asher, McDermott Learning Center
7 p.m., 7:30 p.m. and 8 p.m.
Your Body Versus Prairie Roots with Capital Area Master Naturalists
Learn About Coyotes with Austin Animal Services
Seed Balls with Native Prairies Association of Texas
Ropes from Plants + Artifacts with Natureversity
Prairie Restoration & Prescribed Fire with the Wildflower Center
Learn to Set Up a Tent with Texas Outdoor Family
Critters of the Prairie with Texas Parks and Wildlife Department
Coastal Prairies with Texas Institute for Coastal Prairie Research & Education
The Golden Ratio of Prairie Animals with Math Happens
Nature Matching Game + Soil Scavenger Hunt with Native Plant Society of Texas
Square Meter Photography Project with Chris Helzer
Lego League Robotics Time with Club Oreo
Arts & Crafts
H-E-Buddy will be out with treats and smiles!
Free Gift for ages 12 and younger in the Wildflower Center Gift Store. Don’t miss the huge summer clearance sale.
Wildflower Café will be open with their regular menu and host a pop-up in the Courtyard with food and drink for purchase.
Limited parking is available in the Wildflower Center parking lot on a first come, first served basis. Additional parking can be found on LaCrosse Avenue and guests may park in the adjacent neighborhoods. Please be mindful of hydrants, signs, driveways and pedestrians.
Bring a refillable water bottle! We have many fountains and water stations.
We recommend sunscreen, insect spray, comfortable clothing and sturdy shoes for walking.
Visitors may bring picnics. No outside alcoholic beverages. Please be mindful of your trash.
Per Wildflower Center policy, dogs are not permitted (with the exception of service dogs).