Baytown advocate Bert Marshall donated 2 animal mounts to the Eddie V. Gray Wetlands Center. One is a javelina (collared peccary) and the other is a pronghorn antelope. Both animals are native to Texas and will be used as educational tools. BNC Naturalist Crissy Butcher accepts the two animal mounts.
year, thousands of visitors and school children come to the Eddie V.
Gray Wetlands Education and Recreation Center in Baytown to learn about
the importance of wetlands and their inhabitants. It is an official site
on the Great Texas Coastal Birding Trail.
The Wetlands Center is open Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., and Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., except holidays. Entry is free. Guided tours and educational programs are offered for a fee. Phone 281-420-7128 for more information and reservations.
|Baytown Bert and Naturalist Crissy Butcher|
Other educational offerings include The Wetlands Wagon program taken to schools, libraries, clubs and businesses to educate students and the public on the importance and preservation of wetlands.
Hours and fees