Big Thicket National Preserve

Trip Start May 27, 2009
Trip End Sep 19, 2013

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Flag of United States  , Texas
Saturday, May 8, 2010

Nine land units and six water corridors encompass more than 97,000 acres, preserving a convergence of beautifully connected patchwork of plants and animals. The last Ice Age pushed plants from other parts of the country into a close neighborhood. An amazing diversity of plants and animals from many parts of North America live in the Big Thicket region of southeastern Texas.

We hiked two trails - Kirby and Sundew.
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