Donated in the fall of 2013, the Bird
is 10.7 acres of beautiful trees, wildflower gardens, native mixed-grass prairie habitat, and an expansive outdoor classroom including a low-element ropes course located at 9524 Brodie Lane. The area remains true to its natural habitat, with Texas Persimmon, Ashe Juniper, Texas Mesquite, Cedar Elm, Texas Live Oak, and Deciduous Yaupon trees. Natural pathways lead to each section of the Bird
. This land is not able to be developed and will remain a natural space close to the greenbelt.
The Bird's Nest is located directly west of the main Creek Campus. It is accessible via a crosswalk close to campus.
This land is a place where all of our students will learn independence, outdoor skills, teamwork, a love of nature, and much more. All of our programs have the ability to use this land, too!
What happens The Bird's Nest?
- Group hikes
- Community Events
- Family Campouts
- Ropes course teamwork and leadership-building activities
- Lifetime memories made