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BSB Nature preserve native plant: black foot daisy wildflower at Bear Springs Blossom Nature Preserve, Nature conservation area in Pipe Creek Texas Hill Country Nature reserve native plant: damianita wildflower wild flowers at Bear Springs Blossom Nature Preserve, nature protection reserve in southern Texas Hill Country Wildflower at BSB nature preserve: blue gilia wild flower at Bear Springs Blossom Nature Preserve, Pipe Creek Texas Hill Country Native plant blossom at BSB nature preserve: gnaphalia everlasting blossom at Bear Springs Blossom Nature Preserve, Pipe Creek Texas Hill Country verbena blossom - wildflower at Bear Springs Blossom Nature Preserve, Pipe Creek Texas Hill Country Bear Springs Blossom BSB offers many nature photos, to learn, to understand, to save money with an updated nature conservation education Bear Springs Blossom Nature preserve exists to conserve trees, to plant new trees, to help a tree to grow, is one of the main tasks of a BSB Master Conservationist. Why conservation education? Why is ethics responsibility so important?

Bear Springs Blossom Nature Preserve

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Science Biology: wild migrating bird Cardinal at Bear Springs Blossom Nature Preserve, Pipe Creek, Texas Hill Country Conservation education science Botany: Mountain Laurel native shrub at Bear Springs Blossom Nature Preserve, Pipe Creek Texas Hill Country Native tree Texas nature preserve: Spanish oak red oak in fall at Bear Springs Blossom Nature Preserve, Pipe Creek Texas Hill Country BSB nature reserve photo of prickly poppy wild flower blossom at Bear Springs Blossom Nature Preserve, Bandera County, Texas Hill Country BSB Conservation education to understand the color of a sun set over Bear Springs Blossom Nature Preserve, Bandera Texas Hill Country with native plant sotol BSB Nature trails + birding trails at Bear Springs Blossom Nature Preserve in the southern Texas Hill Country nature Conservation - human + wildlife protection Keep-Earth-Beautiful

Bear Springs Blossom Nature Conservation
Conservation Education online + lectures
Bear Springs Blossom Nature Conservation is part of the Texas Parks and Wildlife Heart of Texas Nature Birding trail map - HOTW 047 Bear Springs Blossom Nature Conservation - Seasons to visit: Spring, Summer, Fall - nature trails and birding trails usage by guided tours - Call ahead - this beautiful 128 acre property contains oak/juniper woodlands and nesting Golden-cheeked Warblers. Bear Springs has 187-species plant list including green lily, milkwort, bladderpod, fragrant mimosa, twist-leaf yucca, bear grass, shin and Lacey oaks, Texas madrone, mountain laurel, buckthorn, gum bumelia, black cherry, cedar sage, and evergreen sumac. Butterflies abound, including Sleepy Orange, Carolina Satyr, Questionmark, Variegated Fritillary, and Pipevine Swallowtail. Singing Canyon Wrens and chirping Ash-throated Flycatchers serenade throughout birding trials and nature trails. Guided tours only. The main trail is wheelchair accessible and steeper canyon trails wind throughout the property - Call for directions

Texas Nature + Birding Trails

Bear Springs Blossom Nature Preserve is part of the Texas Parks and Wildlife Heart of Texas Nature Birding trail map, conservation education to see the big picture
native plant yucca trail at Bear Springs Blossom Nature Preserve Main Nature trail connects to 10 other birding trails and BSB hiking trails

Nature + Wildlife Preserve

Bear Springs Blossom Nature Preserve in Pipe Creek, Bandera County, invites you to walk with us on 12 different Nature trails.
Three Birding trails (with endangered birds)
2 Wilderness trails, and 2 hiking trails to give you great outdoor fun.
Our Outdoor tours help you to understand Nature and show you why preserving Nature helps all of us
why preserving is important to our children.
walking on Bear Springs Blossom Nature trails is fun, interesting and answers many of your Nature and environmental questions. Nature conservation through nature education, water facts, erosion control, air pollution facts, native plant advantages, why we need trees
Bear Springs Blossom Nature trail

Our Nature Center offers knowledge
to all environmental questions.

See Madrones, Spanish Oaks, Live Oaks,
Lacey Oaks, Escarpment cherries, Walnuts,
Mountain Laurel, TX persimmons, Hop-tree..
Better informed people make better decisions!
Humans cannot survive without Nature

You will experience Nature pure -breath in wilderness, enjoy the greatness of creation!
Walk from 30 minutes up to 5 hours. Some trails are very easy to walk,
others require a good condition, 3 trails are only for experienced hikers.

188 different plant species,
31 different grasses,
48 different birds
our 6 pairs of Golden cheeked Warblers
are on the endangered species list and we protect them and their habitat as good as we can!

GREAT VIEW's over the Hills of the beautiful Texas Hill Country!
Think about - a great experience, a wonderful vacation, a great trip fill with fun and joy, good for your body, mind and soul!!

Nature will survive without Humans
BUT
Humans cannot survive without Nature

Bear Springs Blossom Nature Preserve nature trails with guided tours, powerpoint lectures presentations update conservation education

Willow Canyon Nature trail

walking on Bear Springs Blossom birding trails is fun, interesting and answers many of your Nature and bird questions. Nature conservation through nature education, bird facts, bird migration, how air pollution affects birds, bird food native grasses, why birds need native trees
Bear Springs Blossom Birding trail

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A visitor of Bear Springs Blossom Nature Conservation BSB has a guided tour through Bear Springs Blossom Nature Preserve in the southern Texas Hill Country with nature trails, hiking rails, birding trails
CLICK HERE to find out why nature conservation is the only solution to our problem with climate change and global warming - Keep Earth Beautiful
Hummingbird - Kolibri seen at Bear Springs Blossom birding trails. Bear Springs Blossom Nature preserve offers nature conservation + nature education for a saver future of wildlife and humans Madrone tree arbutus - a rare native tree of the Texas Hill Countryblooming Madrone



boy scout visit Bear Springs Blossom Nature preserve,  walking main rail and big rock rail Girls and Boy Scouts visiting
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The BSB Nature Preserve exists for 20 years.
Members of Bear Springs Blossom Nature Conservation don't pay a fee to access.
128 acres of beautiful Nature- and Birding trails in the southern Texas Hill Country,
close to San Antonio, Hwy 16, Pipe Creek, Bandera County.
Enjoy many wildflowers, trees and birds - enjoy peace in Nature.
Think about and see how wonderful our Earth was created... a butterfly can be seen on all our nature trails and birding trails, hike with butterflies, a good indicator for healthy environment
You can visit Bear Springs Blossom Nature Preserve and enjoy many wildflowers, trees and birds, Enjoy peace and Nature. See Solar and Wind power at work!
Walk with us on different Nature trails, Birding trails, hiking trails on guided tours after reservation.
Think about and see how wonderful our Earth was created...
Live in Harmony with Nature + learn to understand Nature! JOIN Bear Springs Blossom Nature Conservation Group
Marianne Bonenberger + Peter Bonenberger are Germans who offer you very personal online education to become a BSB Master Conservationist
Send us an Email and tell us when you want to start your BSB Master Conservationist online class.

Learn on your computer - we offer distance learning.

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