Looking for a unique way to spend Saturday morning on a spring day? Look no further than the Baytown Nature Center this Saturday, April 6, when the monthly Nurture Nature Series presents a bike tour with naturalist, Crissy Butcher and Superintendent of Natural Resource Programs, Tracey Prothro.
“Biking Around Baytown Nature Center” gives participants the opportunity
to hit the trails in the interior of the park to discover some of
Mother Nature’s spring wonders. The morning adventure begins at 10 am at
San Jacinto Point near the Children’s Nature Discovery Area with a
short talk on bicycle safety, before heading out for the two-wheel
excursion. All ages and levels of experience are welcome. Parts of the
ride will be along nature center trails so a trail/mountain bike would
be helpful. The flat route assures a low level of difficulty; however
all participants are asked to wear helmets. At the end of the morning,
each participant will receive a bike light.
The Nurture Nature Series is the first Saturday of each month from 10 am
–noon. The program is free with the $3 regular nature center admission
for adults and children 13 and older.
For additional information, contact: MaryAlice.Trumble@baytown.org or call 281-420-7128.
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