2019 SEABOURNE NATURE FESTIVAL
SATURDAY, NOV 2
Free and open to the public!
There is a change in the parking for this year’s nature fest. Parking will be available at the Fairgrounds Park & Ride lot.
Then take the free shuttle service to and from the festival.
2019 Nature Fest Speakers and Presentations:
11:00 am “WILD ABOUT RAPTORS” by Mary Anne Weber with Houston Audubon
12:00 pm “PANDERING TO POLLINATORS: HOW TO ATTRACT BEES, BUTTERFLIES, HUMMINGBIRDS AND MORE TO YOUR GARDEN” by Nancy Greig with Houston Museum of Natural Science’s Cockrell Butterfly Center
1:00 pm “WACKY FOR WILDLIFE: HOW TO HELP WILDLIFE FOUND IN NEED” by Victoria Hepburn with Texas Wildlife Rehabilitation Center
2:00 pm “AMAZING BIRDS” by Glenn Olsen with GO Birding Ecotours
3:00 pm “TEXAS REPTILES” by Adrian Berg with Crossbone Corns
Download this year’s official festival brochure here:
A fun, educational and family-oriented event, the Seabourne Nature Festival is intended to promote an understanding of what our region of Texas looked like before the settlers came. The prairie and other ecosystems, featuring animals and plants, can be experienced by participating in hands-on and how-to activities that are entertaining, kid-centric, engaging and informative. Nature tours, live animals, performers, kids’ crafts and exhibits are just some of the offerings for all age levels. Participants can also learn what they can do to preserve, restore and recreate native habitats.