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Saturday, April 24, 2010

Texas Wildflowers and the Law














If you think these Texas wildflowers are beckoning, why not take a break from the pressing deadlines of this semester and take a walk? Nothing can beat what Mother Nature offers us. The Texas Park and Wildlife Department suggests to Stop and Smell the Wildflowers at Texas State Parks. In order not to violate the Texas Parks & Wildlife Code §88.002 and 31 Texas Administrative Code §69.1, take a look at this list of Endangered and Threatened Plants in Texas and the United States posted by the Texas Park and Wildlife Department, and you will know which flower you should not pluck.

Pictures of flowers were taken with a cell phone camera along the Brays Bayou Hike and Bike Trail between Kirby Drive and Buffalo Speedway.

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