FOR GIVING TO THE NATURE CENTER!!
Big Thank You to our local
Master Naturalists &
Area Volunteers who help make
all the programs at ANC possible!
1st Saturday Bird Walks
JUNE 2nd @ 7 AM
JULY 7th @ 7 AM
AUG. 4th @ 7 AM
FREE to All!!!
If you have them, bring binoculars and field guide.
Stroll along and learn with Dr. Billy Teels.
How many species will YOU see?
MOTH NIGHT @ ANC
JULY 21ST, 8pm to 11pm
Come enjoy the wild “nightlife” to kick off National Moth Week!
This FREE event will feature a Mothing presentation at the Pavilion at 8pm
There will also be mothing stations to attract moths, human visitors, and “moth-ers”
alike to view nocturnal insects around ANC.
Hosted by the Rio Brazos Master Naturalists Volunteers.
Moths are most active on warm, muggy, calm nights.
The event will be cancelled in case of brisk winds, rain or thunderstorms.
Flashlights, insect repellent, and closed-toed shoes are recommended!
RIO BRAZOS STAR PARTY
Come AN”C” the Stars!
Sept. 15th, 2018 from 8:30 to 11 pm
FREE FAMILY EVENT!!
There will be a guest speaker at the Twilight Program under the pavilion
(adjacent to the parking area) at 8:30 pm
Then a short walk to the Farm House where we will have telescopes with Guides.
Please bring a chair to sit, and water or other NON-alcoholic beverage.
We welcome anyone who is interested in sharing knowledge or telescopes w/ the public
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Discover Earth Science @
Acton Nature Center Earth Science Event
2018 Theme: Earth as Inspiration
Date: Saturday, October 6, 2018
Time: 10:00 AM – 3:00 PM
Earth science activities for children
Nature walks featuring geology, soils,
landscape formation, and fossils
Earth-inspired art, music, literature, and more
MONARCH TAGGING @ ANC
October 20, 2018, 9 am to 12 noon
For information and directions…
www.actonnaturecenter.org / email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Spend the day with us at the beautiful Acton Nature Center
and learn the life cycle of the amazing Monarch Butterfly.
The king of the butterflies is currently migrating from southern
Canada to the mountains of central Mexico.
We will introduce you to the Monarch Watch Program, which has
studied this incredible butterfly for twenty years.
Your journey will include 5 education stations including
and the actual capture and release of live butterflies.
Volunteers will assist you with how to gently capture and tag Monarchs.
How do they know where Mexico is? Come find out!
Long pants and closed toed shoes are recommended attire.
Thank you to everyone who came to the
4th Annual Acton Nature Reptile Day
A good time was had by all!
Presented by… MARK PYLE,
HIS FAMILY, AND
DFW Herpetological Society
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