|Rivers and wetlands are some of our state’s greatest natural treasures and it’s fortunate we’re still developing ways to preserve them.
Cedar Creek Lake is one of the region’s most important reservoirs — for water, recreation, and wildlife. Fishing, birdwatching, and water sports are some examples of how humans and nature live harmoniously on the expansive reservoir. Three islands in the lake are maintained as bird sanctuaries by Texas Parks and Wildlife Department.
Since 2014 the Neches River National Wildlife Preserve has been adding land and recreational opportunities such as hiking and hunting while also serving as a hardwood bottomlands sanctuary for migrating birds. Learn more about these resources in the articles below. — Lisa Tang
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