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San Antonio Boat & Travel Trailer Show to Draw Thousands to Alamodome
2013 San Antonio Boat & Travel Trailer Show to Draw Thousands of Water Sport and Outdoor Enthusiasts to the Alamodome on January 24-27 If spending more time enjoying the great outdoors across Texas and beyond with friends and family is part of your New Year’s resolution, then the San Antonio Boat & Travel Trailer Show is the place to be on January 24-27 at The Alamodome in downtown San Antonio. The Boat & Travel Trailer Show, held annually, is timed for the start of the vacation planning se ... Read More
Renew Yourself in Blanco this New Year
The New Year always holds such a measure of promise and hope. As people consider their New Year’s resolutions, included on the list for many will be to spend more time with their loved ones and to give themselves more personal time. The start of the New Year is a time of renewing ourselves, and Blanco is the perfect place to take that time. Read More
Austin Boat & Travel Trailer Show to Draw Water Sport and Outdoor Enthusiasts
2013 Austin Boat & Travel Trailer Show to Draw Thousands of Water Sport and Outdoor Enthusiasts to Town on January 17-20 If spending more time enjoying the great outdoors across Texas and beyond with friends and family is part of your New Year’s resolution, then the Austin Boat & Travel Trailer Show is the place to be on January 17-20, 2013, at the Convention Center in downtown Austin. The Boat & Travel Trailer Show, held annually, is timed for the start of the vacation planning season as f ... Read More
Birds Abound Out West in Andrews County
Some time back, I was presenting a slideshow called “Bird life of Andrews County” to a local service club. It seemed a lie detector test was about to be ordered when I informed the audience that I had photographed the bird featured in this article right here within the city limits of Andrews, Texas. This avian creature is the American Avocet (Recurvirostra americana), a shore bird (about the size of a blue jay) that does indeed spend its nesting period, ranging from April through June, wad ... Read More
Cibolo Nature Center workshops to include heron monitor training and wildlife tax valuation seminar
Boerne, Texas | December 24, 2012
The Cibolo Nature Center will offer a workshop for volunteers interested in assisting to monitor heron nesting sites on Cibolo Creek this spring as well as a workshop for landowners who want to manage their land for wildlife habitat. Presented by J.W. Pieper, Heron Rookery Monitor Training will be offered free from 9 a.m. Read More
Start the Year at Blanco State Park with Nature Hike, The Eagle Lady
Blanco, Texas | December 24, 2012
Start the New Year off right by visiting Blanco State Park for a nature hike and a fascinating look at birds of prey. Begin with a one-mile hike along the Caswell Nature Trail, taking time to discuss plants and animals along the way. This is a part of Texas Parks and Wildlife's statewide effort to show that life's better outside! Read More
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The Texas Hill Country, sun splashed hills rolling into the distance, is home to historic towns bursting with character, personalities, and great things to do.
Looking for a fun weekend with festivals, fairs, shopping, food, sightseeing, and more? The Hill Country Current is full of articles, advertising and special events.
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