Bear Springs Blossom Nature Preserve

bear springs 2This 125 acre preserve offers nine trails through different habitats – dry dessert like, hills typical of the Texas Hill Country with over 300 Madrone trees and 37 native grasses, and a canyon with pond – built by the Pipe Creek -, with big Spanish oaks and Escarpment cherries and 200 year old junipers. You first will receive a presentation about Nature in the Texas Hill Country, then you will be able to enjoy an easy to walk guided nature / birding tour or hiking in steep hilly terrain – all located close to Pipe Creek, Bandera County. A working electricity producing windmill, solar power and rainwater catching systems can be seen at the property as well. This site also contains Golden-Cheeked Warbler habitat. Contact the preserve by email to arrange a visit and to obtain directions.

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