Arboretum at Night
Wine, Cheese & Frogs
The snap of a twig, the fluttering of wings, the chirp behind the woodpile up ahead. What could it be? Nighttime in the summer forest is an enchanting symphony of sounds and mysterious spaces enlivened by wildlife on the move. Come out and discover which creatures are sounding off, participate in a special frog symphony, and take a night hike into a forest rich in sounds and excitement. Every participant will learn the unique calls of 5 different frog species. We will start outside with a wine and cheese reception followed by a brief classroom presentation before heading out into the night.
|Dates:||Saturday, June 28, 2014|
|Time:||7:30- 10:00 p.m.|
|Instructor:||Jaime Gonzalez is the Conservation Education Director for the Katy Prairie Conservancy and serves as Co-coordinator for Coastal Texas for the North American Amphibian Monitoring Program.|
|Pricing:||Members: $20; Non-Members: $35; Minimum age of 12.|
|Class size:||12 min. / 60 max. per session|