Walks

Sponsored by San Antonio Water System, the following Walks are included with membership or general admission ($12-$9). Registration is required.

 

Native Plant Walking Workshop

Explore our Texas Native Trails and learn about how native plants conserve water, adapt to their environment, work in landscapes and what their growing requirements are. Discover what their cultural and wildscape uses are as well. Participants meet behind the Admissions kiosk and the walk begins at 10am.
Fee: Included with membership or general admission ($12-$9); registration required
Register for February 15, 10am with Gary and Nancy Rogers
Register for March 15, 10am with Gary and Nancy Rogers
Register for April 19, 10am with Gary and Nancy Rogers
Register for May 17, 10am with Gary and Nancy Rogers

 

WaterSaver Walks

Explore our WaterSaver Gardens with a Master Naturalist. Learn the characteristics of different drought tolerant landscapes, including Cottage, Hill Country, Manicure Xeriscape, and Spanish style.  Come see what’s in bloom! Participants meet in the Greenwood Breezeway of the Halsell Welcome Building and the walk begins at 10am.
Fee: Included with membership or general admission ($12-$9); registration required
Register for February 21, 10am with Linda Cace
Register for March 21, 10am with Linda Cace

 

Bird Walking Workshop

Learn about resident and migrant birds in the San Antonio Botanical Garden, their characteristics, and their requirements for food, water, nesting, and protection. Participants meet at 9am in the Greenwood Breezeway of the Halsell Welcome Building and the walk begins at 9:15am.
Fee: Included with membership or general admission ($12-$9); registration required
Register for January 19, 9am with Lora Reynolds and Alan Kuentz
Register for February 16, 9am with Patty Pasztor and Gary Ross
Register for March 16, 9am

View the Garden’s current Birding Checklist.