The Cibolo Nature Center & Farm has a new name — same great mission.
Nest Nature School
Location & Hours
We deliver quality education—for all ages—immersed in nature.
The Nest Nature School
Little Explorers Storytime
Outdoor Classroom – Field Trips
Deep Roots – Farm-to-Market Program
Nature Explorers Adventures
Cibolo Summer Camps
Spring Break Camp
Nature Camp Afterschool Program
Youth & Young Adults
Internships – Ages 18+
Educator Professional Development
Adult Education Workshops
We provide engaging experiences that enhance our community and the lives of our visitors.
Plan Your Visit
Cibolo Nature Center
Rentals & Photography
Meetings & Events
Events & Programs
Research in Action
We promote the conservation of natural resources by using science to inform decision-makers in the practices and policies that affect the quality of life in our region.
Wildlife Field Research
Cibolo Conservation Corridor Initiative
Community Science Resources
Resilience Solutions for the Texas Hill Country
Learn about our rich history, our campuses and our vision for transforming lives through the love of nature.
Meet the people who make it all happen at the Cibolo.
News & Happenings
Get the latest stories from the Cibolo and beyond.
Make a Difference
Get engaged with our Cibolo Community and volunteer with us!
Become a Member
Join us and become part of the Cibolo membership community.
Ways to Donate
Support us and make an impact in promoting natural resources through education and stewardship.
Location & Hours
Cibolo Wins Lone Star Award from Texas Parks & Wildlife
Signs of the Season Series: Part 2 on Land Management
Signs of the Season: A Two-Part Series on Land Management
Conservation, Herff Farm
Lecture Series Informs the Future of Water￼
Porcupines: Living and Learning on Your Land￼
Community Developments Partner with The Cibolo
to Encourage Residents to Get Outside and Play
We Are All in This Drought Together￼
Small-town Boerne works to preserve resources as development gobbles Hill Country land
Winter Wildlife Adaptations
New Kendall County Parks Initiative
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