Autumn programs are in full swing at the Fort Worth Nature Center and Wildlife Refuge, kicking off with National Bison Day on Nov. 2.
To celebrate the largest mammal in North America, the Nature Center will be hosting programs from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. that showcase the center’s bison herd and how center staff takes care of them. Register for Bison Day events.
Additionally, the Nature Center will be honoring veterans and their service on Nov. 9 by waiving fees for all veterans and current military personnel and their families, including the Nature Hike and the To Native or Not to Native program.
Finally, join the Nature Center for a Fall Break filled with activities like bison hayrides, hikes, animal presentations and more from Nov. 25-29.
A complete list of events and programs at the Fort Worth Nature Center is available on the Fort Worth Nature Center & Refuge website.
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