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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You Don’t Know What You’re Missing – Our Visit to the Buffalo Lake NWR

  Four friends who support the Friends of the High Plains Refuge Complex met at the Buffalo Lake Refuge south of Umbarger, Texas on the first day of July this year. Thankfully, it was not overbearingly hot as some recent days in this region where temperatures have topped over 100+. Willa and Daria had never…

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