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Climate Detective Studies Cypress Trees on San Bernard
Posted on Jun 27th, 2012

Find out what the cypress trees on the San Bernard are telling us about the climate. Some of the footage from Studying Cypress Trees, The Climate Detective - Texas Parks and Wildlife was shot at the Blue Hole, a spring-fed lake lined with cyprus trees situated on the San Bernard at Bates Allen County Park at Hwy 59 and Kendleton. The Blue Hole is a beautiful spot to kayak and fish with plentiful cypress trees.
 
Photo Courtesy: RUAA, upper San Bernard
 
 
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