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  1. Dog Bowl

    April 29, 2018, 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM @ Cotton Bowl Stadium at Fair Park

    On April 29 from 1-5 p.m., spoil your four-legged fur ball with an afternoon of doggy delights inside Fair Park’s Cotton Bowl Stadium. With Dog Bowl at the Cotton Bowl, Dallas’ most historic football field will transform into a super-sized dog park for canines of all sizes to romp and run unleashed. Local dog rescue groups, clubs, and pet related vendors will be located along the sidelines with pet products and information. Water stations and a giant “dip and sip” splash bowls will keep canines cool and quenched, while humans will have the opportunity to enjoy refreshments (including beer) and other concessions. Owners will be asked to observe all current City of Dallas Dog Park policies while at Fair Park. Dog Bowl is hosted by Friends of Fair Park, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.

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Urban Biologist

  1. 2018 City Nature Challange - BioBlitz (Emerald Lake Park)

    April 29, 2018, 12:00 PM - 3:00 PM @ Emerald Lake Park

    The Dallas Park and Recreation Department is participating in the "2018 DFW City Nature Challenge" and we need help from all of our Citizen Scientist! Be a part of the largest Citizen Science biological survey efforts in the City of Dallas. Our goal through the City Nature Challenge - BioBlitz event is to contribute 10,000 observations to the overall 2018 DFW City Nature Challenge. We are hosting 3 separate events (Crawford Park, LB Houston, & Emerald Lake Park) where participants will use their smart phones to help collect observations of different plants, animals, and insects found in these parks that have very unique natural features. Come learn about nature, and help record the biological diversity in our city's parks and improve natural resource management decisions. Wear comfortable shoes and clothing appropriate for going into the woods. Please come with iNaturalist app loaded on your smart device.

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