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Garey Park

6450 RM 2243

Georgetown, TX 78628


This program meets from 9:30am-3:30pm.


Wednesday Program - Ages 7-11

Thursday Program - Ages 11-14

Friday Program - Ages 7-11 - FULL


*Must be the min. age by 9/30/24

Please Note: A City of Georgetown Waiver must be completed for all students. This is a separate step outside of enrollment that needs to happen prior to the program start. CLICK HERE FOR WAIVER

Weekly Program in Georgetown

Earth Native is excited to continue our award winning weekly nature programs north of Austin at Georgetown’s beautiful Garey Park conveniently positioned right between Leander and Georgetown.


Owl Eyes is a weekly nature and wilderness skills education course that runs on weekdays September - May for children ages 7-14 years old (see below for age ranges by program day). Our skilled instructors will work closely with Owl Eyes students to help them develop specialized knowledge about nature, authentic deep connections to the natural world, awaken sensory awareness and cultivate knowledge of place. Not only will Owl Eyes students learn a ton about natural and physical outdoor skills but they will do so while building self confidence and peaceful interpersonal relationships within a supportive community. 


The Owl Eyes program is offered on Wednesday, Thursday or Friday. 


Wednesday - Ages 7-11

Thursday - Ages 11-14 

Friday - Ages 7-11


At Earth Native, our unique teaching methods center around the 8 Shields Nature Mentoring Model, a method of teaching and learning that is based on inspiration as the fuel that drives learning, tracking of natural learning cycles in order to successfully steward the entire learning experience, and core routines that have been used by ancestral human communities across the world for thousands of years to create a deep lifelong understanding of nature and natural systems. Our “invisible school” teaching approach uses your child’s passions and natural inspirations as the spark that drives their education outdoors. When learning is truly driven by inspiration, school doesn’t feel like school and learning is built right into every game and adventure we embark on.


Each week at Owl Eyes, children will explore, hear inspiring stories, practice traditional and wilderness survival skills, play games and practice core routines that will help them to establish competence and knowledge in areas such as:


  • Wilderness Survival and Bushcraft Skills

  • Edible and Medicinal Plants 

  • Wildlife Tracking and Animal Behavior Studies

  • Interpretation of Bird Language

  • Ecology 

  • Camouflage and Stealth

  • Natural Navigation Techniques

  • Shelters and Knots

  • Crafting Using Natural Materials

  • Knife and Saw Safety and Use

  • ....and much more!

If your desired program is full, we recommend joining the waitlist (by using the enroll button above) right away. There is always a lot of movement in these programs.

2024-25 CALENDAR

First Week of class:

September 4, 5, 6

Last Week of class: 

May 7, 8, 9

Holiday Breaks - No Classes

Thanksgiving Break - November 25-29

Winter Break - December 23-Jan 3

Spring Break - March 10-21


A $300 registration fee per program spot is required at the time of enrollment. This fee is non-refundable and non-transferable should you withdraw anytime after enrolling.

For more information about this program give us a call at

512-299-8870 or email us at



$232 a month: After paying the $300 registration fee, your tuition can be paid in 9 installments of $232 each month from September- May.


Tuition is $1995 per student if paying in full at the time of enrollment or by 8/1, PLUS the $300 registration fee per program spot.

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Visit Day Info
April 4, 2024 

Early Enrollment


For more information about this program give us a call at

512-299-8870 or email us at

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