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Predators of the Park Hike

10:00a to 11:00a
Sat, November 23, 2019
Lauren Hartwick
(512) 398-3479

Everyone's on the menu at Lockhart State Park. Join us for a hike to learn about the critters on the higher end of the food chain!

Have you ever wondered why your cat's eyes glow in the dark? Or why dogs lick their nose? Join a Master Naturalist to explore your local predators, and learn ways predators use adaptations to stalk their prey! All ages welcome.

Prepare: Wear weather-appropriate clothing and sturdy shoes. Bring water and apply sunscreen or bug repellent, as needed. The hike is 3/4-mile on moderate terrain. No registration required.

Meet: Meet your guide at the Creekview Trailhead. If driving from park headquarters, take your first left-hand turn, pass the campgrounds, and park along the paved loop.

Fees: This program is free with entry to the park. Regular park entrance fees are $3/adult, free for children 12 & under.

This hike is brought to you by the Lost Pines Chapter of the Texas Master Naturalists volunteer organization (click here to learn more) in partnership with Lockhart State Park.