Texas Wildlife & Woodland Expo

Texas Woodlands & Wildlife Expo 2020: Monarch Madness has been canceled


Come learn, explore, and discover from the experts

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Texas Wildlife & Woodland Expo – a free, how-to event – affords families, youth and adults a chance to get outdoors – learn about the natural environment – recognize the significance healthy forests, trees, wildlife, and pollinators have on clean air, clean water and our overall health.


If you have a question about one tree or hundreds, if you have a question concerning your landscape or insects, gardening or if you want to attract butterflies, bees, and birds to your home – WE HAVE THE ANSWERS!


It doesn’t matter if you live in an urban apartment, condo, or house with a small patch of grass or have acres of forests and wildlife to explore; Texas Wildlife & Woodland Expo has got you covered.


This event is designed to bring experts from the natural resource professions to one location for you to ask questions and learn through live demonstrations and hands-on application.

And for the little ones, the adventure area is where they can participate in archery, kayaking, fishing, digging in the dirt with earthworms, and so much more.

At the expo, you’ll play for a day but learn for a lifetime.

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For the safety and comfort of others, PLEASE, NO PETS allowed on the grounds of Lone Star College-Montgomery campus during the Texas Wildlife & Woodland Expo/Spring Fling.

Texas A&M Forest Service  |  936.273.2261  |  expo@tfs.tamu.edu


The Texas Wildlife & Woodland Expo was funded in part through a grant awarded by the Southern Region, State and Private Forestry, US Forest Service. Texas A&M Forest Service is an Affirmative Action Equal Opportunity Employer committed to excellence through diversity. Copyright © 2010-2011 Texas A&M Forest Service. All rights reserved.


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