Bird and nature walks, tree and plant identification, and more

Bring your binoculars and field guides if you have them, and learn what to watch for in habits, characteristics and calls from Gailon and Rodney, both with Prairie and Timbers Audubon Society. You can expect about 30+ species. The walk is planned to take about three hours. All ages are welcome. We recommend wearing long pants, closed-toed shoes, sunscreen, and insect repellent.

Although free of charge, please register by phone to 214-351-0990 or email so we can notify you of any changes in plans.

Open House at the Meadow - join us anytime this afternoon to wander (and wonder) at the Meadow by hiking the trails, watching the flora and fauna and enjoying being somewhere pretty much away from the hustle and bustle of Texas suburbia. No pets or bikes please.

North Texas's premiere exotic animal facility offering you the opportunity to experience rare and endangered exotic wildlife in a unique and personal setting. What better way to learn about conservation than by seeing it up close and hands on?

Gates open at 10am. LAST SAFARI TRAM LEAVES @ 4:00PM! This means that all interaction with education animals and self-guided sections of the tour will close at 4:30. If you're coming at the end of the day, we suggest arriving by 3:30 to ensure you get everything in before the last tram leaves @ 4:00. No one will be admitted to the ranch after 4:00pm.

Ticket prices:
$10 Adults (13 yrs+)
$8 Children (3-12yrs)
$8 Seniors (65 yrs+)
Children 2 & under are Free

Sharkarosa Wildlife Ranch is a 501(c)(3) non-profit ranch licensed and regulated by the USDA.

Walk through the woods with family, friends, and a trained naturalist guide. No pets allowed. Children 13 and under must be accompanied by a registered adult. $2/person.

Recognized as one of the top 14 places in the world to see spring flowers with over 500,000 blooming bulbs and 66 acres of colorful gardens. Includes Fairy Tale Castles Exhibit. Free with $12/adult, $8/children 3-12, and $10/senior admission.

Behind-the-scenes visit to the bison living in a secluded area at Lewisville Lake Environmental Learning Area (LLELA). Reservations required. $2/person plus $5/person gate fee.

A Texas naturalist adventure to Midland, TX, Ernst Tinaja rock formation, Panther Junction, the Chisos Mountains and the Chihuahuan Desert. Registration deadline Mar 10. $1400/member, $1500/nonmember includes double occupancy lodging, ground transportation, park entrance fees and meals.
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Heard Natural Science Museum

Getaway to the Brenham, TX countryside with master photographer Allen Rokach; in-depth sessions, exclusive locations. $500 plus hotel. Limited space. Preregister.

Introduction to the basics of a GPS, including limitations and capabilities, and how to use it in the woods. $10/Sierra Club members; $15/non-members; cash or check. No reservations necessary.

Earn a “Leave No Trace Awareness Certificate” on this girls only adventure for ages 7 and up (participants under 18 must be accompanied by an adult). Meals, snacks, and paddling equipment provided. $125/members, $150/nonmembers.