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With Spring Migration Underway, Now’s the Time to Start Your Urban Birding Adventures

April 7, 2023 | By Kirk Walsh

The spring migration is upon us with millions of birds flying overhead nightly as they travel tremendous distances, south to north, to reach their respective breeding grounds.

Celebrate Spring Wildflowers in Texas at These Festivals and Trails

March 15, 2023 | By Amanda Ogle

Beautiful wildflowers are popping up across the state from March through May. And while we all love our bluebonnets, other types of wildflowers keep the landscapes colorful as well, including Indian paintbrushes, Mexican hats, pink evening primrose, horsemint, and firewheels (also known as Indian blankets).

Experience Frida Kahlo’s Casa Azul Without Leaving Texas

May 11, 2021 | By Amanda Ogle

Known for her self-portraits, vibrant use of color, paintings that blended realism with a touch of fantasy, and that iconic unibrow, Frida Kahlo is considered one of Mexico’s greatest artists.

Fall for New Outdoor Art Installations in San Antonio and Houston

October 2, 2020 | By Heather Brand

This season, as people seek to escape the familiar confines of their own homes while practicing safe social distancing, sites in Houston and San Antonio are offering a way to experience art amid the wide-open spaces of the great outdoors.

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