Calusa Nature Center & Planetarium is a private, not-for-profit organization dedicated to environmental education and preservation. Our 105-acre site is home to many rescue animals, three nature trails, a planetarium theater, bird and butterfly aviaries and meeting areas.
The Nature Center needs dog food (both dry and canned), cat food (both dry and canned), black oil sunflower seed, raw peanuts, and Niger seed. Towels of all sizes are always needed in the hospital. Please drop off your donations at the center. Check the wish list page for other items the center needs. LAKESIDE NEWS
Do you like working outside? Join community volunteers in protecting the local environment from invasive plants. This is a continuing project on the second Saturday of each month to reclaim the natural area near Gulf Branch Nature Center from invasive plants. Learn more about this ongoing event.
Theis Attaway Nature Center is a City of Tomball Park with a four-acre nature preserve. The Park was donated and dedicated in memory of A. W. (Allie) Theis by his wife, Thelma Attaway Theis, and their children. The forefathers of the Theis family settled in the Tomball area in 1846.
The Center continues to be partially supported by the James & Anne Robinson Foundation and is owned and operated by the Howard County Department of Recreation & Parks. Download our Facility Guide and/or plan your visit below! Virtual 360 Tour Take a virtual tour of the Nature Center. Robinson Nature Center
Dunwoody Nature Center is a private, non-profit organization committed to inspiring the love of nature and educating children of all ages about the natural world. Dunwoody Nature Center|Nature Preserve near Atlanta, Georgia