Special Spring Break Offerings - March 10th-18th
Nature Photography Camp - March 12-14, 9am-3pm. This three day camp will discuss nature photography techniques, community science opportunities, and best practices on getting great shots of different native wildlife. Using the temporary photo exhibit, Impact: Humans & Birds in Dallas, participants will see how stories can be told through the art of the lense. Participants will need to bring cameras and/or cellphones with cameras, and lunch each day. 6th-8th Grade. $200/participant. Register Now
Owl Prowl Night Hikes - Added for spring break. March 15 & 16, 8pm-10pm.
River Adventures - Saturdays, March 10 & 17. Age 12+ (Accompanying adult required if under the age of 18). $55/participant.
Early Morning Birding - Saturdays, March 10 & 17. $10/participant pre-registration on ticketleap.com, $15 at the door.
Scout Programs - Have your scout group complete a badge or two during their spring break vacation.
Owl Prowl Night Hikes
Visitors will take a guided night hike through the Great Trinity Forest and explore how our senses change with the setting of the sun. We will learn how nocturnal animals have adapted to the night life. Guests will search and call for the owl species that call Dallas home. The night will end roasting s’mores over the fire! See More
Early Morning Birding
Bring your binoculars and bird book, or borrow ours! Our expert birders will lead you on a guided birding hike through the trails of the Great Trinity Forest. We will have coffeee ready when you arrive. See More
Adventure Birding Series
Hike, Bike, Camp, and Kayak to glimpse the life of our avian friends who call Texas home. See More
Trinity River Audubon Center offers a variety of programs for Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts, and Girl Scouts. See More
Impact: Humans & Birds in Dallas
The Dallas Morning News, in partnership with the Trinity River Audubon Center, presents "Impact: Humans & Birds in Dallas" offers glimpses of birds' lives in and around the Dallas area, our sometimes complicated and often beautiful relationship with birds, and how birds have woven a story throughout our human lives. The exhibit also uses the lens of birds to tell the story of the Trinity River and climatic events in the North Texas area. See More
Kayak through our amazing home with the Trinity River Audubon Center! Our guides provide all the equipment and instruction you need to get on the water for a two-hour kayak trip. You'll learn about the history of the river while you meander through the Great Trinity Forest. See More