Join us for an in-person nature education presentation by Lissa Martinez and Michael Nentwich of the Bexar Branches Alliance. They will talk about the various trees in the park and why different species are vital to our park’s ecosystem. If you’ve ever wanted to learn more about identifying native trees and how to support them, this is a great opportunity to gain some insight and ask questions to our local experts.
This talk is part of our monthly 4th Saturday Nature Walk series provided by our Alamo Area Master Naturalists and the Alamo Group of the Sierra Club, with the Native Plant Society of Texas, San Antonio.
Note: Our guided hikes are approximately an hour and a half long and follow ADA-accessible trails. Please wear closed-toed shoes and bring some water to drink! Restrooms are available at the Urban Ecology Center.