Spring is for new life, especially for the frogs and toads of North Texas. Come and see how spring rains and slightly warmer temperatures bring choruses of frog and toad calls. Why do they do that, and where are the salamanders - our other amphibians? We will answer all of ... Read More
The night is full of life. Walk with us along the West Fork of the Trinity River in search of amphibian night life. The evening may be filled with the chorus of frogs and croaks of toads.
Meet at the Front Gate.
$10 (with paid admission)/MEMBERS $5.
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Hop on over to the Nature Center with your 3-5 year olds and learn about frogs and toads. We will make a craft, meet an education animal, play games, and spend time outside to learn about the two lives of these fascinating amphibians.
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Join us after hours to listen for owls, amphibians, and insects and decode their different calls. We will also use a special bat detector to listen for the sounds of echolocation that we normally cannot hear. Bring a flashlight and water. $15 (includes admission)/$10 MEMBERS.
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