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Nurture Nature Series Teaches Wilderness Survival Skills

Post Date:01/27/2017 2:44 PM
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January 27, 2017

Patti Jett
Public Affairs Coordinator
(281) 420-5802 office
(832) 217-9430 cell
E-mail: patti.jett@baytown.org


Nurture Nature Series Teaches Wilderness Survival Skills

Ever wonder how to survive in the wilderness or interested in cool tips for camping? Join Naturalist, Crissy Butcher at the next Baytown Nature Center (6213 Bayway Drive) Nurture Nature Series, February 4, as she demonstrates the five basic outdoor survival skills: fire, shelter, signaling, food/water and first aid. This two hour program from 10 am – noon is for outdoor enthusiasts looking to enhance their experience with essential information. 

Hiking safety will also be covered for those interested in short day trips, as well as extended trekking. 

Participants will have the opportunity to put their new skills to the test as they act out scenario showing how they would deal with specific survival situations. 

After Nurture Nature, participants are encourage to stay and enjoy everything the nature center has to offer: fishing, picnicking, hiking, birding and more. Take advantage of the Gulf Coast winter and make a day of it!

The family-oriented series, offered the first Saturday of each month is free with regular admission to the nature center, at 6213 Bayway Drive. There is a $4 fee for adults and children 13 and older. Children 5-12 and seniors are charged $1. Annual passes for individuals and family are also available for $30 and $65 respectively. 

For additional information, contact at Christina.Butcher@baytown.org or phone 281-420-7130.
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