Arboretum at Night: Howl at the Moon

Virtual
Saturday, August 15
7:00 – 8:00 pm
$20 member / $35 nonmember
Instructor: Kelly Norrid
Ages 16 and up

Register Online

Have a howlin’ good time online! Join Urban Wildlife Biologist Kelly Norrid for a discussion about one of our most misunderstood animals, the coyote. Coyotes are intelligent, adaptable, social, and nearly everywhere – if you live in Houston, you almost certainly have them nearby. Learn about these urban survivors and get tips on being a good coyote neighbor. We’ll provide all the party supplies you need: 3 cans of Saint Arnold Brewing Company beer, a personal meat and cheese plate, a sweet treat, and some fun coyote information. Just come pick them up at the Nature Center on Friday, August 14 or Saturday, August 15 (between 9AM and 4PM). Then, on Saturday night at 7 PM, join us on Zoom for the presentation.

Registration Notes: Come pick up your treats at the Nature Center on Friday, August 14 or Saturday, August 15 between 9 am and 4 pm. Then, on Saturday night at 7  pm, join us on Zoom for the presentation. Beer will only be given to participants ages 21 and up; please be ready to show ID during the supply pickup.

Registrants will receive a class link on their receipt and will need to use this link to pre-register for the class on Zoom.

Instructor bio: Kelly Norrid is a Houston Urban Wildlife Biologist with the Texas Parks & Wildlife Department. He provides guidance, management recommendations, and public outreach focused on urban animals. He also engages in research and is currently looking at coyote diets in urban Houston.