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Learn about the planets, stars, and other celestial bodies with help from the North Houston Astronomy Club. Participants are encouraged to bring a telescope or binoculars. All ages. Reservations required beginning Wednesday, July 3.


Jesse H. Jones Park & Nature Center, a premier Harris County Precinct 4 nature preserve of over 300 acres, is open daily to visitors, free of charge. The park features a variety of plant and wildlife species, white sand beaches along Spring Creek, swamps and sloughs with century-old cypress trees, and a pristine floodplain hardwood and pine forest. All features are accessible by over six miles of all-weather, handicap-friendly pedestrian trails and several unpaved primitive trails. The nature center features environmental displays, dioramas, and mounted specimens of local wildlife species; a permanent display of live snakes native to Harris County and surrounding areas; and a seasonally active observation bee hive. A collection of native landscape plants that attract wildlife are featured in the beds surrounding the nature center.


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