Bridgeland’s April 27 Nature Fest will be a hoot as event-goers attempt to break the Guinness World Records® title for the most people giving a simultaneous bird call, just one of many nature-themed activities planned for the popular event. The “call of the wild” attempt will be staged amid acts featuring reptiles, a famous baboon and other animals as the Crocodile Encounter and Brian Staples Animal Safari make repeat appearances during the free event, set for 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the community’s Oak Meadow Park. The gravity-defying “Feathers in Flight” aerialist show is new this year, as is a roaming menagerie of entertainers, including a human topiary. Crowds will go wild for the day’s activities, including camel and pony rides, a petting zoo, boat races, bubble runners, bumper boats, bounce houses, miniature train rides and other family-friendly activities. A flock of Houston gourmet food trucks will again be on hand to tame hungry event-goers. Plus, mascot Bridgeland Bill will celebrate his first birthday during Nature Fest.
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