Opened to the public on Earth Day 1990, The Cibolo Nature Center (CNC) promotes good stewardship of land and wildlife. The center occupies 100 acres of protected lands in the Texas Hill Country, including trails, streams and quiet groves, and embraces four distinct ecosystems: riparian forest, live oak savannah, tallgrass prairie and spring-fed marsh. It is a place where nature can have its way, and a place where we can watch and learn. The CNC provides a variety of education programs and tracks the effectiveness of land stewardship techniques through ongoing research projects. The CNC Research Group, in coordination with state and federal agencies, studies the effect of land management practices and surveys populations of plants, birds, small mammals, insects and reptiles.
Address: P.O. Box 9
Boerne, TX 78006