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Activities for All Age Groups

Saturdays in Nature

On the fourth Saturday of each month (September-May), Houston Audubon Docents lead a hands-on science program for families to participate in together. From building bird feeders to identifying backyard bugs, naturalists of all ages enjoy quality time outdoors, creative art projects, guided nature walks, and hands on fun! Please note that in November and December, we'll meet on the third Saturday.

The Saturdays in Nature program is designed for families and individuals. Please do NOT bring your scout troop, class, play group, etc. to this program as a group activity. Thanks!

  • Time

    1-4 PM and 2 PM Nature Hike

  • Fee

    $5 per person suggested donation. No reservations needed

  • Themes and Crafts

    September 23 – Harvey Recovery Workday
    October 28 – Nocturnal Life - Craft: Mini Lantern
    November 18 – Tree Walk - Craft: Leaf Printing Art
    December 16 – Winter in the Woods – Craft: Nature Ornaments
    January 27 – Migration – Craft: Flying Duck
    February 24 – We Love Wildlife – Craft: Animal Valentines
    March 24 – Wildflowers – Craft: Seed Starters
    April 28 - Bird Watching – Craft: TP Binoculars
    May 26 - Rummel Creek Walk (wear water shoes) - Craft: Fish Printing

  • Parents

    This is a 'whole family' program. Parents (or other adult guardians) should participate with their children.

  • Please park in the Memorial Methodist west parking lot (12955 Memorial Drive) and enter the nature sanctuary through the marked gate.
    Click the title to see a map.

  • Docent Programs Coordinator, Bethany Foshee, for more information at bfoshee@houstonaudubon.org

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