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Bear Springs Blossom Nature Preservein Pipe Creek, Bandera County, Texas invites you to walk with us on
15 different Nature trails, 2 Birding trails (with endangered birds,
7 Wilderness trails, and 2 hiking trails to give you great outdoor fun.
Bear Springs Blossom Nature trails
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.
Our Nature Center offers knowledge to all environmental questions.
See Madrones, Spanish Oaks, Live Oaks, Lacey Oaks, Escarpment cherries, Walnuts, Mountain Laurel, TX persimmons, Hoptree..
Better informed people make better decisions!
BSB Nature trails are located in the southern Texas Hill Country. 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.
We protect them and their habitat as good as we can!
Bear Springs Blossom Nature trail + Birding trail
GREAT VIEWs 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!
Visitors at Bear Springs Blossom Nature reserve
Click here to see Nature parks, Nature trails + Birding trails in Bandera County, Texas
Visit Bear Springs Blossom Nature Preserve in Texas. Our Nature Preserve exists for 16 years. New Nature trails are added by volunteers!
Members of Bear Springs Blossom Nature Conservation have always free access to
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 and Nature.
Think about and see how wonderful our Earth was created...
Live in Harmony with Nature + learn to understand Nature!
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Protect Nature - BSB updates your Conservation education!
Walk BSB Nature trailsEnjoy our Birding trails + get exited on BSB Hiking trails
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Peter Bonenberger - volunteer + president
Marianne Bonenberger director of education
BSBNCG POB 63295 Pipe Creek 78063 TX USA
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BSB was founded 2002 +
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