Birding

Birding Aransas Pathways

History

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Hike-Bike

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Kayaking

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Yes – all this is available in Rockport, Fulton and Aransas County.

Aransas County and the Cities of Rockport and Fulton are rich in natural resources.

Our wealth of historic sites, birding opportunities, water-based recreational opportunities and the dedication of the community to their preservation are self evident in the many organizations that have been established to preserve and enjoy them.

Upcoming Events & Help Needed

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NATURE WALK & VOLUNTEER WORKDAY

NATURE WALK & VOLUNTEER WORKDAY @ Ivy Lane Bird and Nature Venue (499 Ivy Lane, Rockport) Saturday May 22, 2021 8am-10am – VOLUNTEERS needed in the pollinator’s garden to help clean up and plant native plants 10am-11am – NATURE WALK guided by a Texas Master Naturalist Aransas Pathways is hosting a guided native plant walk

Birds Bees and the Butterflies at Linda S. Castro Nature Sanctuary

Birds Bees and the Butterflies at Linda S. Castro Nature Sanctuary Saturday May 15, 2021  8am to 10am Printable Flyer The Friends of Connie Hagar will be lending their support to the Linda S. Castro Nature Sanctuary to aid in a big clean-up day Saturday, Rockport, TX, 78382. They will be focusing on the Butterfly

Videos from the History Center

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Fulton Mansion

Did you know? Wood-Jackson House

Threading Memories with Juleanna Fuller

Did you know? Fulton Bruhl House

What are your Pathways in Rockport, Fulton and Aransas County? April 11, 2016