Visit to Clymer Meadow Wildflower Reserve

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Happy spring, everyone!

The warm weather is bringing a fresh green color everywhere and our flowers are starting to bloom. Best of all, The Nature Conservancy’s Clymer Meadow will be hosting multiple spring tours in 2022! We want to accommodate your busy spring schedule while maintaining a safe number of visitors. There are four possibilities to visit the reserve:

Event dates

  • April 23rd at 9:00 a.m. – Celebrate Earth Day on the Prairie; RSVP by 4/18
  • May 14and at 9:00 a.m. – Dickcissel spring tour; RSVP by 9/5
  • May 21st at 9:00 a.m. – Spring Wildflower Circuit (36and Year); FULL
  • June 18and 8:00 a.m. – Visit of the prairie roses; RSVP by 6/13

Wander among the wildflowers on our spring tours of Clymer Meadow Reserve. Don’t miss your chance to visit this scenic 1,450-acre reserve, which contains one of the last remnants of the Blackland prairie, an endangered ecosystem of many species of birds, butterflies and wildflowers. You will immerse yourself in the beauty and color of the real Texas prairie while learning about the history and ecology of our native prairies. Grab your binoculars and camera, pack a picnic and get back to nature.

Event details

Space for each date is limited; four dates are proposed to accommodate everyone.

Tours will meet at different locations; information will be sent with RSVP confirmation.

RSVP to Brandon Belcher, North Texas Canning Manager, at 903-752-0676 or [email protected]

We recommend that you wear a hat, long pants and closed shoes. You can also bring insect repellent, sunscreen, binoculars, camera, lunch, and a bottle of water. Tours are rain or shine!

Chris B. Hall