Join the Texas Freshwater Fisheries Center for a Bird and Nature Walk! The monthly bird watching outings take place the second Saturday of every month. Explore the TFFC interpretive wetland trail and other areas of the hatchery.
These outings are perfect for both beginning and advanced birdwatchers. Birdlife changes with the seasons and each outing should see a variety of species. Expect to see 25 or more different species on each outing. Bring binoculars and a field guide if you have them, although it is not required, and prepare to learn about the birdlife of the Athens area.
The monthly Bird & Nature Walks are free with regular paid admission and no reservation is needed.
TFFC Admission: $5.50 adults, $4.50 seniors 65 and older, $3.50 for children ages 4 through 12.
The drive through Christmas Park will be open November 10, 2016 to January 3, 2017.
Ahoy Mateys! Sail away with the Henderson County Performing Arts Center's Production of "A Neverland Christmas...
Take a guided bus tour of Cleveland Amory's Black Beauty Ranch and see what the refuge is all about.
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Get eye-to-eye with some of the largest freshwater fish in captivity, then try our casting pond!
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General tourism brochure for Athens, Texas.
America's Best Value Inn offers a central location from which to begin your Athens exploration.
A fitness center with its many exercise areas and civic center with rooms available for a wide variety of functions.
A guide to local eating establishments
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