The public is invited to learn about Seabourne Creek Nature Park’s 7 habitats during a one hour walk led by Texas Master Naturalist Emily Essa. A lifelong Houston resident, Emily has always known she wanted to work with animals since she was young. After graduating from Texas A&M University in College Station with a Bachelor of Science in Zoology, she continued volunteering on campus at the Winnie Carter Wildlife Center while interning at Saint Francis Wolf Sanctuary. While Emily has the most experience working with carnivores, she loves all animals and enjoys spending her time learning interesting new facts to teach others. After moving back to Houston, Emily began volunteering at TWRC Wildlife Center for roughly a year before becoming a member of the Education department as the Wildlife Educator. When not at the Center, Emily enjoys spending time outdoors hiking, birding, swimming, kayaking, and volunteering with the Texas Master Naturalists. An avid pop culture fan, Emily also enjoys watching films, playing video games, and reading fantasy novels. We will meet at the paved parking lot next to the stone entrance of Seabourne Creek Nature Park.