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Saving Birds - A Virtually Wild Field Trip Houston Audubon Society’s Sims Bayou Nature Center

Houston Audubon’s Sims Bayou Nature Sanctuary serves as a home for urban wild birds and as an educational destination. Learners will be introduced to some of the nature center’s education birds (owls and hawks), what they can do to make their homes more bird friendly, and how Houston Audubon works to make the world a better place for our feathered friends.

Location: Live from the Sims Bayou Nature Center

Provider: Katy Prairie Conservancy (KPC), U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service - Houston Urban Program, and Houston Audubon Society.

Dates: February 21, 2017

Length: 45 minutes

Time(s): Session 1:  9 am; Session 2: 10 am

Cost: Free

Grade Levels: This program is planned at a 4th grade level, but students of all ages will gain useful vocabulary and an understanding of how watersheds help both people and wildlife, from Houston all the way to the ocean.



        Grade 3 - 9A,C, Grade 4 - 10A, Grade 5 - 9A

        Social Studies

        Grade 4 - 9C

 How to Register: Complete the Registration Form

Animal Safety / Animal Cruelty Prevention

It’s never too early to talk about animal safety.  The presentation covers four scenarios in regards to animal safety, animal cruelty and pet care.  Students will learn how to approach and care for a dog in a safe way and how to respond to stray dogs.

Provider: Crime Stoppers of Houston

Date: By Request

Length: 45 minutes

Cost: Free

Grade Levels: Elementary School

How to Register: Contact Marcy Kay Harris at or for scheduling.