Heart of Texas Wildlife Trail

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Heart of Texas Wildlife Trail
LocationCentral Texas
UseBird watching / hiking
Hiking details
SightsTexas Hill Country, rivers, lakes

The Heart of Texas Wildlife Trail is a state-designated system of trails and wildlife sanctuaries in Central Texas in the United States. It is one of the four major wildlife trail systems designated by the State of Texas.

The trail system is divided into two main groupings of wildlife viewing sites. The first stretches from the Coleman area, near Abilene, through Austin and San Antonio, to Laredo.[1] The second is a cluster in the Texas Hill Country and southwest Rio Grande Valley bounded roughly by San Angelo, Del Rio, and Fredericksburg.[2]

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  1. ^ "Heart of Texas East Wildlife Trail — Texas Parks & Wildlife Department". Texas Parks and Wildlife Department. Retrieved January 27, 2021.
  2. ^ "Heart of Texas West Wildlife Trail — Texas Parks & Wildlife Department". Texas Parks and Wildlife Department. Retrieved January 27, 2021.

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Coordinates: 30°N 98°W / 30°N 98°W / 30; -98