Wildlife and Wildflowers

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These areas do not necessarily involve spending time on or in the water (although some do), but they do present terrific opportunities to view and photograph birds, bats, butterflies, quadrupeds, other flightless critters of various configurations, Hill Country terrain and, of course, the glorious wildflowers of this portion of Central Texas.


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1871 Crossing

There is good access to the water and the parking is OK at this crossing of the Llano River located southwest of Mason. This could be a fun play area when the water is up or you could come here for some wade fishing. You also might be able to use this as a put […]

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