Texas Wildlife

June 30, 2015 @ 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm
(409) 643-5966

armadilloFor children ages 6-12. The Houston Museum of Natural Science will present a program on Texas wildlife. How do they live? In a state as big and changing as Texas, how do animals cope with meeting their four basic needs of food, water, shelter, and room to live? Find out how animals hunt, fend off predators, communicate with each other, and live around humans.

No tickets or registration are required to attend. The program is held in the Water Holland Meeting Room by the Circulation Desk. Door opens about 10 minutes before the program begins. After the program starts, no one will be admitted. Please do not be late. Due to space limitations, day care groups can not be accommodated.  Please call (409) 643-5983 for more details.