Go on a nature field trip and see the many animals and plants that live in the Franklin Mountains State Park Tom Mays Unit. There is a bird blind, so bring your binoculars. You will want to photograph many of the plants and animals here. Look for the Ash-throated flycatcher, yucca, cicadas, the common collard lizard, the Variegated Fritillary butterfly, cottontails and much, much more. Be sure to bring plenty of water and wear sunscreen. Here is a MAP to the park location. For more information, please contact Benny Pol, email@example.com.
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Earlier Event: November 9Introduction to the Rio Bosque Wetlands Park
Later Event: November 16More Ancient than Dinosaurs - Visit the Prehistoric Trackways