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  1. Summer Saturdays – Bird is the Word

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    Fly on over to Trinity River Audubon Center to learn about birds! More information here.

    Photo: Grady Hinton

  2. Morning Bird Walk

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    Join Trinity River Audubon Center for a monthly bird walk and enjoy the grounds and our amazing feathered friends. Entry to the center is included in your ticket price.

    Photo: Grady Hinton

  3. Guided Nature Hike

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    Hit the trails for a guided hike! Join us for a guided tour led by one of our educators on the Trinity River Audubon Center Trails! Learn about our surrounding habitat while you enjoy a hike. Open to all ages. Entry to the grounds is included in your ticket price.

    Photo: Grady Hinton

  4. Oak Cliff Nature Preserve Monthly Workday – August

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    Come help keep Oak Cliff Nature Preserve beautiful every month. In addition to individuals and families, we encourage you to bring a group and help us restore this urban treasure! Please RSVP so we’ll know how many people to expect and can update you with any changes due to inclement weather.

    Arrive by 7:45 am to get registered and bring closed-toed shoes and a water bottle. We’ll have work gloves and all the tools you’ll need, but feel free to bring your own. Children over 12 are welcome, if accompanied by an adult.

  5. Moth Night!

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    Join the John Bunker Sands Wetland Center for their 2nd Annual Moth Week event at the center Friday, July 29th! Texas Parks & Wildlife Urban Biologist Sam Kieschnick will be our special guest speaker for this fun-filled event! Your ticket includes a presentation by Sam in addition to multiple mothing stations set up at the center & boardwalk. The event begins at 8 pm and runs until 11 pm.

  6. Texas Aquatic Science

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    Texas Aquatic Science is a comprehensive aquatic science curriculum, for middle school and high school students. This workshop is designed to introduce the curriculum along with the curriculum of the Wetland Center and how to best use the activities and supplemental material to enhance the curriculum used in the classroom.

  7. Project Learning Tree Workshop

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    Project Learning Tree (PLT) is an award-winning environmental education program that uses the forest as a “window on the world” to understand our complex environment, stimulate critical thinking, and to make informed decisions. You can get this program to implement in your Pre-K to 8th-grade classes and 6 CPE by attending our training!

  8. Nature in Your Park – Moth Night

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    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, native plants, and pollination.

  9. Social Saturday – Cleanup Frasier Dam

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    Greenspace Dallas (formerly Groundwork Dallas) is once again teaming up with Trinity River Brewing Company to host a cleanup event at Frasier Dam Recreation Area. Come out to collect trash by foot or hop in one of our canoes! Since the 710-mile Trinity River ends in the Gulf of Mexico, your local effort truly has a global impact. Follow Greenspace Dallas on social media for more exciting info!

  10. 2021 Texas Children in Nature Network Summit

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    During this two-day Summit, TCiNN will bring together health, education, built environment, faith and conservation community leaders to shape an even brighter future for the children of Texas. TCiNN will convene over 250 community leaders to strengthen the network and develop opportunities and policies that will connect more children and families in nature.