Calendar of Events: Night Hike at the Trinity River Audubon Center

Event Date: Jul 31, 2019 6:30 PM - 9:30 PM

You've heard the saying, "One man's trash is another man's treasure." The Trinity River Audubon Center has taken this to heart, reclaiming a former illegal dump site and restoring it to one of Texas' great nature getaways. Within the city limits of Dallas, the Center has sculpted the land into rolling hills planted with Texas blackland prairie grasses and trees supporting a diverse community of plant and animal species.

Join us Wednesday, July 31 for a guided Night Hike

Activities for the evening may include listening to frog calls, searching for owls and other nocturnal animals, observing moths, learning how our senses change at night, and more! The night will end with roasting s'mores over a fire.

Our East Dallas Chapter of the Native Plant Society of Texas will sponsor the hike, hosting a quick Chapter Meeting before heading out on the trail.

There will be a $10 fee to join the hike, $5 for NPSOT members
Please RSVP in advance to reserve your spot, [email protected]

Social starts at 6:30pm, Chapter Meeting at 7:00pm, Night Hike from 7:30 - 9:30pm

Bring a flashlight or headlamp and wear closed-toed shoes.
Using a red light option will help preserve your night vision and keep from temporarily "blinding" fellow hikers.

Location:
Trinity River Audubon Center,
6500 Great Trinity Forest Way,
Dallas, Texas 75217

Contact E-Mail: [email protected]

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