Fort Worth Nature Center & Refuge
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For avid nature lovers and bird watching, the nature center has great information about creatures living in Fort Worth. Take a hike through the area and you’ll see some beautiful birds, deer-a-plenty and even bison! Walk out onto the river walk and you may spot an alligator.
This is a great place to go for a nice walk and explore some of the native plants and animals.
A hidden natural gem in the Fort Worth city limits, covering 3,621 acres and over 20 miles of hiking trails. Fantastic for trail running, hiking, canoeing/kayaking, nature watching, and just exploring the outdoors and see what the area looked like untouched 150 years ago. Open 8a-5p every day…
If you enjoy hiking or want to just get out of town for a bit this is a great spot to get out and see a little bit of nature.
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