Wel­come the dog days of sum­mer with a trip to the Audubon Cen­ter for ca­noe tours along the Trin­ity River or a morn­ing hike and pic­nic.

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Just a hop, skip and a jump south of down­town Dal­las, the 120-acre Trin­ity River Audubon Cen­ter has be­come the "gate­way" to the largest ur­ban hard­wood for­est in the coun­try.

Take a stroll along the Audubon Cen­ter's five miles of walk­ing trails (which include scenic sky­line views of down­town), find your zen and ex­plore three di­verse ecosys­tems that are home to a mul­ti­tude of wildlife through­out the Great Trin­ity For­est.

The cen­ter also hosts guided kayak and/or ca­noe ad­ven­ture tours (no prior ex­pe­ri­ence nec­es­sary!) each week­end in May, where out­door en­thu­si­asts can spend a few hours bird-watch­ing, con­nect­ing with na­ture and im­bib­ing the sights and sounds of the Trin­ity—from herons and egrets to beavers, but­ter­flies, tur­tles and river ot­ters.

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