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Native Grassesat Bear Springs Blossom Nature Preserve
Native grasses covered the Texas Hill Country for thousands for years.
150 years ago a traveler wrote about the Texas Hill Country:
"A man on a horse could barely look over the grasses..."
Native grasses protect against erosion, provide food and shelter for many animals.
Bear Springs Blossom Nature Preserve
Native grasses should be preserved and introduced to many gardens.
COMMON NAME + + SCIENTIFIC NAME
Big Bluestem - Andropogon gerardii
Grama - Bouteloua gracilis
Bushy Bluestem - A. glomeratus
Eastern Gamma - Tripsacum dactyloides
Little Bluestem - Schizachyrium scoparium
Indiangrass - Sorghastrum nutans
Sand Lovegrass - Eragrostis trichodes
Sea-oats - Uniola paniculata
Longspike Silver Bluestem - Bothriochioa saccharoides var.
Sideoats Grama - Bouteloua curtipendula
Switchgrass - Panicum virgatum
Coastal Muhly - Muhlenbergia filipes
Lindheimer's Muhly - Muhlenbergia lindheimeri
Texas Bluegrass - Poa arachnifera
Inland Seaoats - Chaemanthium latifolium
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For 18 years Bear Springs Blossom Nature Conservation has been running a 128 acre Nature Preserve in Bandera County, Texas, southern Texas Hill Country.
Cattle, sheep and goat ranching in Bandera County
One part of our education programs is shown at our
Nature preserve in the Texas Hill Country, close to
San Antonio, Texas.
Our Nature reserve can also be called natural reserve
= nature preserve = natural preserve.
It is a protected area of importance for wildlife, flora, fauna
Bear Springs Blossom Nature preserve shows a very interesting story about geology.
We manage, conserve and protect 128 acres and provide special opportunities for Nature education, for study and research.
There are lots of ways to introduce native grasses into gardens, so just add some additional varieties, alternatively you can buy some native grass seeds and start from scratch.
Bear Springs Blossom works on an international level, because changing climate and destroyed Nature doesn't stop at borders.
Members from North & South America, Asia, from Canada & Europe support our mission.
The more members we have the better we can protect you and Earth!
Better understanding of Nature leads to more security for our children!
Bear Springs Blossom Nature Preserve is open to the public for guided tours and personal information on endangered species as the Golden cheeked warbler or the black capped vireo, with lectures and presentations about nature conservation and climate change, on renewable energy, solar and wind energy.|
All Nature education trails are protected forever by a conservation easement!
Show responsibility and BECOME A MEMBER. You can start with ONE DOLLAR a month.
With ONE Dollar a month you will help to secure your future and the future of your children!
Bear Springs Blossom Nature education Center provides Nature education for kids and adults!
Bear Springs Blossom Nature- Birding Trails
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Fall colors at Bear Springs Blossom Nature Preserve
seen walking our Nature trails + Birding Trails
Why are leafs changing colors? Get the answer!
Wildflowers in Bandera County / TX Hill Country
Enjoy BSB wildflowers, trees and birds + enjoy peace and Nature!
See Solar and Wind power at work!
Walk 14 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 the Bear Springs Blossom Nature Conservation group of Nature lovers!
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