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Date Night At The Heard Museum

Heard Museum 1 Nature Pl, McKinney, TX

Join the Heard Natural Science Museum and Wildlife Sanctuary for an evening featuring live music and dancing in our outdoor amphitheater, a cash bar, tasty food trucks and more. The event is for guests ages 21+. Learn more at: Heard Natural Science Museum and Wildlife Sanctuary is a Texan by Nature Conservation Partner. HeardRead More


Before The S’mores Evening Series

John Bunker Sands Wetland Center 655 Martin Lane, Combine, TX

Join the John Bunker Sands Wetland Center as they begin a spring series of monthly open-house style programming featuring a variety of themes and activities for the entire family! Each event will include an engaging presentation, crafts for the kids, and guided/self-paced night walks on the boardwalk. They will end each evening with an oldRead More


Saturday SEAM Series: Astonishing Astronomy

Headwaters at the Comal 333 E Klingemann St, New Braunfels, TX

Join Headwaters at the Comal for an evening event to stare at the stars! Learn about the different constellations and how they've been used and studied through the years. Come create star charts and hunt for the big dipper, little dipper, and Orion! This program is aimed at students in the Kindergarten-3rd Grade range andRead More


Night Hike

Heard Museum 1 Nature Pl, McKinney, TX

Explore the thrilling sights, smells, and sounds of night with Heard Trail Guides. Night hikers will be encouraged to sharpen their senses to be able to spot signs of animal life and learn more about the inhabitants of the Heard. Metro Area: Dallas


Before the Smores: Coyotes in the City

John Bunker Sands Wetland Center 655 Martin Lane, Combine, TX

Join the JBS Wetland Center in November when Texas Parks and Wildlife Urban Biologist Rachel Richter will be presenting about this highly adaptive native Texas mammal. Enjoy a cool-weather boardwalk, campfire songs and s'mores. Younger guests will have a coyote craft to take home, and guests over 21 can enjoy a Coyote Margarita for anRead More


Exploration Green Moth Night

Exploration Green Conservancy 16205 Diana Lane, Houston, TX

Discover what species of moths and other night-flying insects are out and about in Exploration Green! Exploration Green had a great response to Moth Night 2021 so we are bringing it back in 2022! In fact, we are hoping this will be the first of several Moth Nights this summer, to give people more optionsRead More


Nature in Your Park – Moth Night

Crawford Park 401 Strauss Road, Cedar Hill, TX

Celebrate National Moth Week with Audubon Texas as we explore nocturnal winged insects at Crawford Park. Your hosts are the Indian Trail Master Naturalist chapter, the Cedar Hill Parks & Rec Department, and the Zula B. Wylie Library. We will learn about being a community scientist and how moths are important for birds, bats, nativeRead More


40TH ANNIVERSARY EVENT: Harvest Moon Celebration at Kachina Prairie

Kachina Prarie 1816 West Baldridge St, Ennis, TX

Join TLC and members of the Texas Master Naturalist, Indian Trail Chapter for a Harvest Moon Celebration at Kachina Prairie, a 30-acre preserve owned by the City of Ennis and permanently protected by Texas Land Conservancy. Kachina Prairie is a rare, undisturbed part of the Blackland Prairie eco-region, and this family-friendly event will highlight nativeRead More


40TH ANNIVERSARY EVENT: Night Hike and Sky Party at Cathedral Oaks

Wimberley, TX Wimberley, TX

Join us for a Hill Country night hike outside of Wimberley to explore the critters of the night, including bats with a bat detector! Following the hike there will be casual stargazing and refreshments! Bring a flashlight for the hike and a camp chair for after. We'll have some red keychain lights for the stargazing.Read More