With all of the colors of the rainbow and many shapes and sizes, our feathered friends bring us delights. We are not "birders" but just by meeting other people during our travels we have learned to appreciate seeing and identifying local birds.
As we have journeyed to all seven of the continents, we have photographed thousands of birds along the way. The penguins of Antarctica, the hyacinth macaws of Brazil, and the tiny bee hummingbirds of Cuba are just a few of the birds of the world we have been so fortunate to see in our travels.
The Preserve was set aside to buffer some of the ecologically sensitive karsts in the area from encroaching neighborhoods. Karsts are caves that feed directly into the Edwards Aquifer below ground.
Because the three caves can be dangerous to hikers and nonprofessional spelunkers, they are...