Big Thicket National Preserve
Big Thicket National Preserve in southeast Texas was established on October 11, 1974. The preserve encompasses more than 112,000 acres and is one of the most biologically diverse assemblages of species in the world. Known as the "Biological Crossroads of North America," Big Thicket National Preserve is a place where southeastern swamps, central plains, eastern deciduous forests, dry sandhills, and pine savannas meet.
Packed with fascinating facts and beautiful photos, Big Thicket National Preserve tells the story of this incredible preserve. Prepare for your visit or reinforce what you learned on your last trip by picking up a copy. 15 pages.
- By Laurence Parent
- Trim size: 9" x 9"
- ISBN: 978-1-877856-21-1