Jun 12, 2014 · 8:15 PM
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Enjoy the sights and sounds of the canyonlands as day turns to night during this guided interpretive hike. Many animals only come out at night to search for food. Others, like us, may change their patterns and become active in the evening when the heat of the day subsides. From frog choruses and coyote yips to a starry sky, we'll tune your senses to the sights, sounds, and smells of a Texas summer. And don't think just because it is dark it isn't a hike. Participants will follow a path from low creek crossings up slopes to a ridge top through a variety of habitats noisy and bustling with life at night.
Hiking boots are required. Participants should bring water to stay hydrated and will need to wear long pants, a lightweight long-sleeved shirt, and sturdy, closed-toe hiking shoes. Limited to 15 individuals, ages 10 and up.