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Here is our program calendar, Phenology, for the current month. Before you can sign up for a program, you must make a reservation on Active Net. For instructions, click HERE. Once you make your reservation, which is purchasing an advanced admission ticket, you can then register for a program. Click the green Activity Number by the program you are interested and it will take you to Active to register for the program. If you have any questions about making a reservation or registering for a program, please call the Hardwicke Interpretive Center at (817) 392-7410.
August 27, 2020Michael Perez
Year round, there are many ways to connect with nature and your Nature Center community. We host a variety of programs on the weekends offered to the public. We also offer wonderful opportunities for private groups to come and explore their natural world. Never forget can’t miss seasonal sightings like wildflowers, migratory birds and our bison herd. Nature Con...servation!Come out and enjoy a day of fun outdoor activities, exploration, and conservation. The day’s activities begin with a fun run to Greer Island, followed by guided hikes, hayrides, and canoe rides on the Trinity River. Grab a meal ...
December 13, 2019Cathy Elizondo
Welcome to the exciting educational programs offered by the Fort Worth Nature Center & Refuge (FWNC&R)! Established in 1964, FWNC&R is a city facility dedicated to enhance the quality of life by enrolling and educating our community in the preservation and protection of natural areas while standing as an example of these same principles and values in North Central Texas. PROGRAMS The FWNC&R offers a wide variety of educational activities, hands-on experiences, and entertaining tours focusing on the interrelationships of plants, animals and people to their environment. To learn more about the FWNC&R’s programs, click on a side link. ...
September 26, 2019Cathy Elizondo
Bring your family to the Fort Worth Nature Center & Refuge for the 2nd Annual NATURE CON…servation. This spring festival will be held on Saturday April 25, 2020 from 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. Come out and enjoy a day of fun outdoor activities, exploration, and learning about conservation. The day’s activities begin with a fun run to Greer Island, followed by guided hikes, hayrides, and canoe rides on the Trinity River. Grab a meal at one of the food trucks and wrap up the day assisting with the BioBlitz. For more information and pre-sale admission tickets, call (817) 392-7410. ...
April 1, 2019Michael Perez
The Fort Worth Prairie’s Cretaceous geology erodes into unique bench and seep topography that creates habitat for many native endemic plants that exist nowhere else in the world. On the rocky, dry benches and hilltops known as barrens, drought-tolerant plants such as pale yucca (Yucca pallida), white rosinweed (Silphium albiflorum) and Engelmann’s sage (Salvia engelmannii) are found. In the seeps, endemic plants such as seep muhly (Muhlenbergia reverchonii) and limestone spike-rush (Eleocharis occulta) are adapted to extreme wet and dry conditions. At the base of each bench lays deeper soils that host tallgrass prairie habitat. Palle yucca is found nowhere else in ...
November 1, 2017Michael Perez
Thank you for taking the time to explore your park. There are many online resources to learn more about pollinators and the plants they depend upon. For starters: iNaturalist Heard Museum Butterflies Prairie Parkland The Prairies Fort Worth sits at a unique crossroads of several large ecosystems: Fort Worth Prairie and the East and West Cross Timbers. As annual rainfall diminished east to west, forests transition into woodlands, then savannas and prairies. In Fort Worth, these ecosystems grade into one another over a short distance and host distinct vegetation communities based upon soil. The Fort Worth Prairie is characterized by limestone soils while the Cross ...
November 1, 2017Michael Perez
When we experience high amounts of rain, there is a chance for area lakes to exceed their maximum levels and force closures; including the closing of the Fort Worth Nature Center & Refuge canoe launch site. In an attempt to keep you better informed of the canoe launch availability, we have provided a link that will take the guessing game away. If Lake Worth’s water level is greater or equal to 595.00′ MSL, our launch site will remain closed until this level drops below 595.00′ MSL. Furthermore, any canoeing/kayak program sponsored by the Fort Worth Nature Center & Refuge will ...
July 5, 2016Michael Perez
The Nature Center is proud to offer online registration for our programs and events. In the comforts of your home, you can now sign up for a Canoe/Kayak Tour or perhaps sign your children up for summer camp. Click Online Registration below to start registering for programs. Online Registration
June 2, 2016Michael Perez
Thank you for taking the time to explore your park. There are many online resources to learn more about pollinators and the plants they depend upon. For starters: iNaturalist Heard Museum Butterflies Prairie Parkland Take the time to look closely and you will notice life all around you. The wildflowers are obvious, but what about the pollinators upon which these flowers depend? In the 20th century, scientists began studying the decline of pollinator species due to a variety of reasons including habitat loss, pesticide use, disease, and changing climate. The bulk of pollination is carried out by four insect orders: bees and wasps (Hymenoptera), ...
May 9, 2016Michael Perez
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February 8, 2016Don Hirsch