Arboretum at Night

The snap of a twig, the fluttering of wings, the chirp behind the woodpile up ahead… What could it be? Nighttime in the summer forest is an enchanting symphony of sounds and mysterious spaces enlivened by wildlife on the move.

Date Saturday, July 20
Time7:30 – 9:30 p.m.
Instructor:Jaime Gonzales
Description: Come out and discover which creatures are sounding off, participate in a special frog symphony, and take a night hike into a forest rich in sounds and excitement. After the hike, enjoy wine & cheese while discussing your evening in the woods. All participants will receive a free night forest recording for attending this event. Space is limited! Minimum participant age is 12. Jaime Gonzalez has been an environmental educator in the Houston area for more than 10 years. He is involved in local amphibian conservation efforts and serves as Co-coordinator for Coastal Texas of the North American Amphibian Monitoring Program. Jaime currently serves as the Community Education Manager for the Katy Prairie Conservancy located just west of Houston.
Cost:$30 M / $40 NM
Note: Wear comfortable shoes.
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