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Ever spot a bobcat at Jones Park? With its tufted ears and stubby tails, bobcats have an exotic appearance that make them a welcome site in many parks and natural areas.  Although common throughout Texas, these reclusive creatures tend to stay hidden during the day, preferring to venture out at night to hunt rodents and other small creatures.

Nature loves can enjoy a wide range of activities this summer at Jesse Jones Park.

Children ages 10 to 13 are invited to learn what it takes to become a park ranger this summer during Jr. Ranger Camp Monday, July 16 through Friday, July 20 at Kickerillo-Mischer Preserve.

It was a labor of love for a group of volunteers at Mercer Botanic Gardens. Volunteers spent the morning harvesting hundreds of pounds of winter greens to donate to the Houston Food Bank.

Harris County Flood Control District (HCFCD) has long relied on its abundance of bayous, basins, and reservoirs to control flooding across the county. In the wake of multiple, countywide flood events within the last three years, new flood control options may be on the table.

Kingwood Library is now open with a full line-up of popular children’s programming.

Children and teens are invited to participate in Harris County Public Library (HCPL) services this summer at Precinct 4’s Mercer Botanic Gardens.

City of Houston residents have long enjoyed the ability to hop on a bike and catch a bus to locations across the city. One day, Kingwood residents may have a similar opportunity.

Children and families are invited to visit the new Children’s Garden at Mercer Botanic Gardens.