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DIY Nature Journals

Nature journals are a relaxing way to hone your observation skills, develop your creativity, and practice living in the moment.

All About Bees

Did you know there are over 1,000 species of bees in Texas? Taste different varieties of local Texas honey and make a bee home to take home!

Froggy Night

Join Dr. Cassidy Johnson to explore the amazing world of frogs and learn how people are working to save these wonderful creatures.

Field Notes Symposium

Join us for an environmental symposium to connect Houston area practitioners to share knowledge and discuss conservation initiatives.

Sip & Stroll

Enjoy a quiet evening out on the Arboretum trails and sip a delicious beverage while surrounded by nature.

Going Batty!

Enjoy a delicious tequila popsicle from KICPOPS as bat expert DeAndra Ramsey discusses the important role of bats in our ecosystem.

Bat Fest

Houston Arboretum’s Bat Fest is returning! Enjoy fun bat-themed activities and crafts for the kids, story time, food trucks, and more!

Born to Fly Happy Hour

Free, registration encouragedAges 21+Location: The Orange Show Evergreen, the Houston Arboretum's young professionals group is excited to team up with […]

Birds & Beans

Want to help birds but don’t know how? Join us for this free morning chat – just bring $5 for a cup of delicious, bird-friendly coffee.

Beginner Birding

If you have always wanted to get into bird watching but you have never picked up a pair of binoculars, this class is for you!

ArBOOretum

ArBOOretum features fun fall activities for all ages including live animals, pumpkin decorating, and Houston’s only Trick-or-Treat Trail.

Pumpkin Planters

Celebrate fall during this fun and creative family class where you'll make a festive pumpkin planter full of wildflowers!

Fall Plant Sale

Get ready for fall planting at our Fall Plant Sale! Texas native wildflowers, grasses, shrubs, and trees will be featured.

Howl at the Moon

Join Urban Wildlife Biologist Kelly Norrid for a discussion about one of our most misunderstood animals, the coyote.

The Nature Center Building will be closed Monday, May 27 for Memorial Day. The trails, Nature Playscape, and outdoor restrooms will remain open.
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