Wild Wednesdays – Ecology (Environment)
Ecology is the study of the relationships between living organisms, including humans, and their physical environment.
Throughout Waterloo Greenway, we’re transforming Waller Creek from a piece of rundown infrastructure into a natural oasis — one that flows across city divides and leaves greater health and happiness for every Austinite in its gentle wake. Every step of the way, we’re committed to improving environmental conditions and establishing collaborative approaches to monitoring and stewardship. Join us to explore the ecological diversity and restoration of Waterloo Park and Waller Creek!
Wild Wednesdays take place on the Meredith Heritage Tree Deck at Waterloo Park located at 1301 Trinity St.
Workshops & Outdoor Activities
- Austin Watershed Flood Model
- Ecosystems & Decomposers
- Live Invertebrate Demo
- Recycling Relay Races
- Animals & Climate Champions
- Urban Forest Activity Books
- Plant Giveaway
- Native Plant Society Coloring Station
- and more!
- Families in Nature
- Austin Watershed Protection
- Austin Resource Recovery
- Capital Area Master Naturalists
- City of Austin – Urban Forestry
- Expedition School
- Mad Science
- Texas AgriLife Extension Service
- Texas Parks and Wildlife Cadets
About Wild Wednesdays
Wild Wednesdays are a variety of science, nature, and STEM programs designed to connect kids (ages 5-14+) to the natural world through hands-on nature exploration and learning through problem-solving, outdoor play, and journal exercises.
Wild Wednesdays Schedule
July 13 – Botany (Plants)
July 20 – Entomology (Insects)
July 27 – Ornithology (Birds)
August 3 – Ecology (Environment)