Summer Science Night: Wild Water

  • Indiangrass Preserve 31950 Hebert Road Waller, TX, 77484 United States

From flowers that eat micro-animals, to rodents that weigh 50 pounds, to birds that build floating nests – the prairie’s wetlands are a place where being extraordinary is just a part of survival. Come explore our newest wetland, fishing net in hand, as we reveal the wild and watery ways of frogs, insects, and birds. You’ll even have a chance to build your very own minnow trap to use along a creek, bayou, or lake near you!


Audience: Children ages 5-8
Cost: $8 per child
What to Wear: Long pants, close-toed shoes, a hat, and a water bottle