Frogs & Toads of Guadalupe River State Park
Jun 30, 2012
from 08:30 PM to 09:30 PM
|Where||Guadalupe State Park|
|Contact Phone||(830) 438-2656|
They sing, they catch prey with the tongues and they even use their eyes to swallow! Join us for a look into the world of frogs and toads and find out which ones you might encounter on a visit to the park – and why they are important. We’ll meet at the amphitheatre behind the Interpretive Center at Guadalupe River State Park at 3350 Park Road 31 in Spring Branch, TX for this presentation, sponsored by the Friends of Honey Creek. A small donation is requested to support educational programs in the park and adjacent natural area.