The Fischer Park Nature Education Center provides a variety of programs and events to ignite your interest and curiosity in the natural world.
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The Monarch Waystation at Fischer Park provides larval and nectar sources for Monarchs and other butterflies. These resources are necessary for monarchs to produce successive generations and sustain their migration.
The Archaeology Dig, located at the Fischer Park Nature Education Center, is an area for young archaeologists to excavate and explore a combination of replica artifacts and dinosaur fossils buried in the sand.
Fischer Park has two fishing ponds, both of which are designated as Texas Parks and Wildlife Community Fishing Lakes. The Fischer Park ponds are stocked annually with channel catfish, and are subject to special regulations. A state fishing license and freshwater stamp are required per Texas Parks and Wildlife regulations.