Bolivar Peninsula Nature Trail

nature-0The Houston Audubon Society is working with other groups to create the Bolivar Peninsula Nature Trail, a nature-based conservation, education and economic development initiative that connects 13 world-class sites on the Bolivar Peninsula. By drawing specific sites together under one symbolic trail, residents and partners hope to enhance visitors’ access and experiences as they explore some of the special historical, cultural and natural features of the peninsula. The Bolivar Peninsula Nature Trail is competing for $4.5 million in RESTORE ACT funding.

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4 Responses to “Bolivar Peninsula Nature Trail”

  1. stephen salvesen says:

    This is a wonderful idea to preserve the special habitat found on the Bolivar Peninsula. It would benefit both residents and visitors. Once this land is developed it will be too late.

  2. stephen salvesen says:

    This is a wonderful idea to preserve undeveloped land for future generations allow residents and and visitors to appreciate the special habitat found on Bolivar Peninsula. Once this land is developed it will be too late.

  3. Carlis cole says:

    An absolute addition badly needed to enhance the natural beauty of our oPeninsula, completely supported by Keep Bolivar beautiful15

  4. Brenda Beust Smith says:

    HOpe everyone will contribute to this. So much native habitat is being lost to urban development. This is a win-win. It will make commercial properties more valuable, encourage tourism, help the environment, etc.

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