Calling all mini treehuggers! Come explore the tree’s three B’s–bark, branches and buds. Find out why trees are so amazing and how we can care for them.
Toddlers in Nature programs are for toddlers ages 18 – 36 months and their parent/guardians. All activities are developmentally appropriate. Toddlers are all about exploring their sense of [...] Find out more »
Baby bunnies are a sure sign of spring! Where do rabbits live? What do rabbits eat? How do rabbits move? Let’s explore the world of rabbits and make our very own to take home.
Tiny Trackers programs are for children ages 4 and 5. Each program includes a lesson, an outdoor walk and a craft [...] Find out more »
Many of us think of early blooming flowers as the first sign of spring but for many amphibian lovers, it is the wood frog. Sounding like a congregation of ducks, the males emerge early from hibernation and begin calling for females to join then in one of our vernal ponds. Join a Tyler Naturalist on [...] Find out more »
Originating in part from the vision of several Quaker families, the Children’s Eternal Rainforest (CER) serves a mission almost identical to that of Tyler Arboretum, with the exception that the CER encompasses over 55,000 acres of pristine rainforest habitat in the mountains of Costa Rica. Neumann University Professor of Biology Mac Given will share his [...] Find out more »