The Great North East Texas Prairie Tour

Bus Tour of North East Texas Prairies

Sponsored by the Blackland (Dallas) chapter of Native Prairies Association of Texas

Saturday June 4th, 2016

Transportation: Charter Bus
Cost: $65 per Native Prairies Association of Texas member, $75 per non-member
Lunch and dinner included

GambillsGooseRefuge-npatCome visit the most extraordinary and rare Prairies in Texas. These Blackland Long Spike Tridens and Silveus Dropseed Prairies are at their most beautiful in early June. Most of these places are not open to the public except for special invitation like this.

Don’t miss this opportunity to travel via charter bus led by plant, bird and butterfly experts. The day will end with a sunset dinner on the prairie. These tours always sell out. Make your reservations soon.

Article on Northeast Texas prairies by Jason Spangler

Itinerary:

Depart: Bath House Cultural Center at White Rock Lake in Dallas.
Free parking.
7:00 AM

NPAT easements adjoining Clymer Meadow – near Celeste
Owned and managed by NPAT
8:15 AM – Depart 9:45 AM

Tridens Prairie & Historical Marker – west of Paris.
Private property.
10:45 AM –Depart 11:15 AM

Gambill Goose Refuge – northwest of Paris
City of Paris park.
11:30 AM – 1:00 PM (Lunch)

DaphnePrairie-npat-smMary Talbot Prairie – near New Boston.
Owned and managed by NPAT
2:30 PM Arrive – 4:00 PM Depart

Daphne Prairie – near Mt. Vernon.
Private property.
5:00 PM – 8:00 PM (Dinner)

Click here to register for this event.

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