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The best place in San Antonio to see and feel the wild.
Poetry in Nature
Join us for a nature walk looking for inspiration
Saturday, August 3
Connecting San Antonio to Nature
Uniting the Park
Robert L.B. Tobin Land Bridge
The best place in San Antonio to experience the wild.
8400 N. W. Military Hwy.
San Antonio, TX 78231
1021 Voelcker Lane #4
San Antonio, TX 78248
13203 Blanco Rd.
San Antonio, TX 78216
The Land Bridge at Phil Hardberger Park will connect the two sides of the 330-acre park over Wurzbach Parkway, providing pedestrian, bicycle and wildlife mobility across a structure that is 150 feet wide and 189 feet long.
The savanna grasses typically suffer some damage from cold winter weather. This year is no exception and the tops of the grasses died, though the lower stems and roots remain healthy.
Local poet, teacher and naturalist Mobi Warren combines a deep love for nature and poetic expression as she leads the walk.
Mike Price from Wild About Texas will show and tell about the venomous and non-venomous snakes of Texas. Hold a friendly snake. Kid-friendly activity included.
Come learn about Wildlife Rescue & Rehabilitation, Inc. They will have information about what to do if you find injured wildlife and tips on how to coexist with wildlife in your neighborhood.
Join Jewell Cozort, Park Biologist, as she shows how plants adapt to the rigors of our southwestern climate.
A handy guide to a few critters that should be avoided in the park.
One of the most commonly seen raptors at Phil Hardberger Park, the Red-shouldered Hawk (Buteo lineatus) frequents heavily wooded areas, periodically making appearances at clearings in search of food.
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