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The United States has an official national mammal, the bison. You do not have to drive out to Yellowstone to see one either. The Nature Center is home to our new national treasure. Read the Fort Worth Star-Telegram’s article on bison found at the Nature Center.
May 24, 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
In 1962, Margaret Parker led the Fort Worth Audubon Society to establish the Greer Island Refuge. The original trail will now be known as the Margaret Parker Trail. Read about the
March 29, 2016Michael Perez
The Fort Worth Nature Center & Refuge recently became one of 29 parks in the state of Texas designated as a Lone Star Legacy Park. Read on to learn about what a Lone Star Legacy Park entails:
March 28, 2016Michael Perez
Below are some general guidelines to ensure all of our visitors have an enjoyable experience while protecting our natural habitats: Adhere to posted speed limits All plants, animals and natural objects are protected Do not collect any natural objects, pick plants or feed animals Walk only on marked trails Bicycles, jogging, motorized vehicles, and horses are not permitted on trails Dogs must be on leash (max. 6 feet) and are not allowed inside the Hardwicke Interpretive Center Remove solid animal waste No entry beyond closed gates or cables Park only in designated areas Fishing from the shore is ...
November 30, 2015Michael Perez
Many of the projects and events the Fort Worth Nature Center & Refuge (FWNC&R) offer cannot be completed by staff alone. It takes a community of volunteers to ensure we fulfill our mission. If you are interested in helping out at the FWNC&R, we invite you to visit with us and discuss how your talents and skills can help us preserve the Refuge and educate our community. Please click the “Volunteer Application & Information” tab below to learn about the many areas you can serve at the Nature Center and set up an account with Better Impact to get things ...
November 24, 2015Michael Perez
Learn More About These Trails Canyon Ridge Trail Caprock Trail Crosstimbers Trail Deer Mouse Trail Forked Tail Creek Greer Island/Margaret Parker Memorial Trail Limestone Ledge Trail Marsh Boardwalk Trail Oak Motte Trail Prairie Trail Riverbottom Trail Wild Plum/Wild Plum South Trail View Trail Map
November 18, 2015Michael Perez
Western Portion Closed (from Boardwalk to Shoreline Drive) The Riverbottom Trail is a “Tale of Two Trails.” The trail in its entirety covers nearly 4 miles. However, the trail can take you to two areas of the Fort Worth Nature Center & Refuge. Access can be found from many parking lots along Shoreline Drive. However, starting from the Hardwicke Interpretive Center (HIC) via the Caprock Trail can diversify your hike. From the Caprock Trail to the Boardwalk, the trail covers 1.23 miles and takes you through more of the Riverbottom forest. Along this trail you will see wildlife that would be ...
November 18, 2015Michael Perez
The Marsh Boardwalk is one of our most popular areas for visitors. From the Marsh Boardwalk parking lot, follow the sidewalk and wooden pathway to the entrance of the boardwalk. When you arrive under the covered pavilion area, you are presented with a panoramic view of the marsh. As you get settled in, many species of wildlife will soon show themselves. Throughout the year, you will see White-tailed Deer near the water, fish flopping in the water, birds flying high above the water and others using the water to find food beneath the surface. It is at this location that ...
November 17, 2015Michael Perez
Winding through prairies and forest habitats, the Wild Plum Trail derives its name from the thicket of Wild Plum trees along the prairie savanna. They provide a feast for the eyes and nose in early spring when the trees are in full bloom with their white fragrant flowers. Hikers are able to use this 1.1 mile trail that is divided into Wild Plum and Wild Plum South to connect with Prairie, Riverbottom, and Oak Motte Trails. The Wild Plum trail can be accessed in multiple points; across the prairie dog parking lot, the west bison range along ...
October 22, 2015Michael Perez