Date: Saturday, March 25th
Time: 9 a.m.-12 p.m.
Location: Bulverde Oaks Nature Preserve
Enrollment: 8 min./15 max.
Register by: March 22
Join us as we walk the newly built trail at Bulverde Oaks Nature Preserve, an urban land holding of Green Spaces Alliance of South Texas. Just ask how amazing this experience is from the folks who attended last term! We’ll take in trees, vines and forbs and visit natural
resource conservation sites -- the bat house, the bird watch, the butterfly station and the rescue honeybees’ repository. The 1-mile trail meanders through wetlands and uplands. Wear closed-toe hiking shoes and headgear. Bring water and a snack. You’ll receive a
T-shirt, a map, a native plant list, a jar of honey and a delicious Petite Pollinator Picnic. Please indicate T-shirt size: SM, MED, LG, XL, XXL. There are no restroom
facilities at the Preserve, but a gas station is nearby.
Bulverde Oaks Nature Preserve is located at the northwest corner of the intersection of Loop 1604 and Judson Road, a quarter mile outside the loop on the left side. A small sign and a large gate mark the location.
Gail Gallegos is the Executive Director of Green Spaces Alliance of South Texas. She has a long, working history with Natural Areas creation and management, and wide-ranging community involvement experience. She would love to spend every moment out in nature.
Ron Tullius is a Texas Master Naturalist in the Alamo Area Chapter. He has led guided plant and nature walks at the San Antonio Botanical Garden, at San Antonio Parks and Recreation--Natural Areas sites, and many other areas around San Antonio.