TWELVE HILLS NATURE CENTER, DALLAS, TEXAS
Hills Nature Center is an urban preserve located in the Oak Cliff neighborhood
of Dallas. It serves as an outdoor classroom and passive recreational area. It
seeks to educate both adults and children about environmental stewardship and
community-building through the grassroots creation and maintenance of a native
Texas blackland prairie, and small wetland.
at the Intersection of Mary Cliff and Kyle, in Oak Cliff, Twelve Hills is open
to the public.
No collecting is allowed.
For more information about Twelve Hills, visit their website.
Return to the main page of the Dallas County Lepidopterists' Society.
|SPECIES LIST FOR TWELVE HILLS NATURE CENTER|
Whites - Subfamily Pierinae
Sulphurs - Subfamily Coliadinae
Hairstreaks - Subfamily Theclinae
Blues - Subfamily Polyommatinae
Snouts - Subfamily Libytheinae
Heliconians and Fritillaries - Subfamily Heliconiinae
True Brush-foots - Subfamily Nymphalinae
Admirals and Relatives - Subfamily Limenitidinae
Leafwings - Subfamily Charaxinae
Emperors - Subfamily Apaturinae
Monarchs - Subfamily Danainae
Spread-wing Skippers - Subfamily Pyrginae
Grass Skippers - Subfamily Hesperiinae
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