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2022 Texas Wildflowers Reports

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2021 Texas Wildflowers Reports

April 2 Big Bend NP Reports: Trees are wildflowers too! One of Big Bend's most extravagant early-spring bloomers is the Mexican buckeye. Look for it on the Lower Burro Mesa trail, Blue Creek Trail, or just about any protected canyon. The pink flowers attract bees, butterflies, moths...actually, all kinds of wonderful pollinators. 

March 19 2021 Elzir Reports: Pictures taken at paint cap primitive camp on Big Band National Park

Feb 15 Big Bend NP Reports: For the second time this winter, Big Bend has received snow! Between yesterday afternoon and last night, about 4 inches of snow fell at Panther Junction, and 1 inch accumulated at Rio Grande Village.

Road conditions update as of 12:00 pm: The road to the Chisos Basin is now open. Depending on conditions this evening, there is a possibility that it may close again overnight.
Most paved roads in the park are passable, but it is important to drive slowly, especially on portions of Ross Maxwell Scenic Drive where ice is still present.

Jan 29 Big Bend NP Reports: Check out the smiles on the faces of our staff this past December as they worked to clear the sidewalks at the Panther Junction visitor center. Who knew shoveling snow could be so exciting?

Jan 1 Big Bend NP Reports: Roads in Big Bend National Park are currently impassable. We received between 12-24 inches of snow last night and it's still snowing.Please do not attempt to enter the park. If you become stuck on the roads, park staff are not currently able to assist you. We will update the park website when conditions change. https://www.facebook.com/BigBendNPS




When will the desert wildflowers bloom? We start our report in January, plan your visit to coincide with the peak of the bloom - keep up to date with DesertUSA's Wildflower Reports. Be sure to bookmark this page for weekly updates.

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Photos tips: Most digital point-and-shoot cameras have a macro function - usually symbolized by the icon of a little flower. When you turn on that function, you allow your camera to get closer to the subject, looking into a flower for example. Or getting up close and personal with a bug. More on desert photography.

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