The Prevailing Myth of Picking Texas Bluebonnets

  This 2019 year so far has been a blessing due to all the rains. The severe storms we all could without but the rain like water for our bodies is needed for the land. With this year’s rains, they have given us an abundant beauty in wildflowers, especially bluebonnets. Last year a Quanah, Texas…

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The Cycle of Life at the Oldest National Wildlife Refuge in Texas

  Driving through blinding blowing dirt from unplowed fields to high water over the roads, we were expecting a bountiful array of wildflower blooms at the Muleshoe NWR due to all the rains we’ve been getting on the Llano Estacado. What greeted us was near-drought conditions that come with blowing dirt with the loud crunchiness…

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