The Dallas Independent School District Learning Center has more than 500
acres to explore through guided activities featuring world ecosystems, animal
and plant facts, and pond habitats. There also is a working barn with a variety
of livestock, amphibians, reptiles, mammals and birds, as we...
This wooded area, part of the D.I.S.D. Environmental Learning Center, is home to the last large stand of Post Oak savannah that once stretched throughout this part of Texas. Includes a small 19-acre lake, nearly 3 miles of natural-surface trails and a.7-mile wheelchair-accessible trail. 1600 Bowe...
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