A VISIT TO THE NATURE TRAIL AT LADY BIRD PARK, FREDERICKSBURG by Jack Arnold
If you visit Fredericksburg and you just have a short time for your “nature fix”, Live Oak Nature Trail is just the ticket. A short trail that features a bird watching area with feeders and a blind, a Buttefly Garden, an informative geological display of rocks from this area, and a beautiful trail along Live Oak Creek which at this time offers a gorgeous display of Bluebonnets. Here are some of the sights as photographed on March 20th. Hurry because the Bluebonnets are not a permanent display.
You will see a red granite trail leading two directions. The upper portion of the trail is handicapped friendly. I suggest you proceed to your left on the trail. A park bench will give you a distant view of the area that the trail covers. Sit a moment and look it over. A dam on Live Oak Creek is visible in the distance.
Soon you will pass a geological display featuring the major rocks of this
At this time this bluff area has a beautiful display of bluebonnets. The red rock terrain makes the sight more spectacular. Here is a sample.
As we move on the trail along the bluff more bluebonnets appear. It is interesting the way
One final glimpse of yellow and blue and then up the trail thru the Cedars and behold, our car is in view.
And the best part is that you are just a short drive from Main Stret and all it has to offer. If you have any questions or want any other suggestions for a fun afternoon, just call your Century 21 Sunset, Realtors Agent. We are ready to help you.
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