Thank you for your generous donation to the Armand Bayou Nature Center.
A family originated Halloween alternative.
Join us at ABNC for fun filled night of Halloween-themed night of games and activities for the entire family. The fun includes a barn shows, haystack dive, guided night hike, facepainting, storytelling, games and outdoor activities. For complete details and online registration go to Creepy Crawlers Haloween Party.
6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
Kids 3 and under are free
Reservations Required 713-274-2668
Please No Costumes
Reservations are required and can be made by calling 281-474-2551 or download the Armand Yramategui Conservation Award registration form.
All proceeds will support ABNC's conservation, education, and stewardship efforts to preserve our precious green space inside the Houston metropolitan area.
ABNC Executive Director Tom Kartrude
Looking for a place to get your children outdoors? ABNC’s EcoClasses will allow your child to explore, discover and observe (STEM). Join us for some great nature experiences! Please call 713-274-2668 to reserve your spot.
EcoTots are for children 18 months to 36 months with an adult
EcoKids are for children ages 3 to 6
EcoSchoolers are for homeschool children ages 7 to 12
Want to see the bayou from a whole new perspective? Come on a guided canoe trip the second Saturday of each month. Ages 12 and up. The trips begin at 8am and go until 11am. Reservations are required. Please call 713-274-2688.
Start your weekend by enjoying a leisurely Saturday morning breakfast drifting down the bayou on our pontoon boat, the "Bayou Ranger". Observe wildlife searching for their breakfast on the bayou. This trip through the heart of the Nature Center presents an uncommon opportunity to watch and learn about bayou life. Enjoy pastries, juice and coffee while underway.
ABNC is proud to announce the introduction of a new series of video shorts called the Bayou City Eco-Almanac. Collaborating with our friends and partners at the University of Houston Clear Lake, these videos are designed to encourage community eco-literacy and open our eyes to the richness of life right in our own backyard. Topics will change along with the seasons, but the message that persists is to get outside and reconnect with nature.