The Guadalupe River is one of the most biologically diverse rivers in the USA.
Plum Creek Wetlands Preserve Primary Management Goals
1. Protect, maintain and enhance the wetland, riparian and additional wildlife habitat on the property
2. Provide appropriate outdoor recreational opportunities while protecting the conservation values of the property
3. Provide scientific and educational opportunities related to wetlands, wildlife and conservation
GBRT has completed a planning process to improve the Plum Creek Wetlands preserve and create a sustainable nature center to serve as the centerpiece of GBRTs environmental programming
The Plum Creek Wetlands Preserve is a 265-acre property with over 20 constructed ponds and wetlands. There is a diverse mix of habitat types including a mile of riparian woodlands, emergent and forested wetlands and ponds. PCWP provides critical habitat for upland birds and aquatic species.
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Dour from parking lot to western wetlands, almost an entire view of the preserve.
180 degree east shot of front entrance
180 degree west shot from front entrance
Fly over the central wetlands from Stop 7 (Elm Creek), over Stop 6 (Stock Pond) and Stop 5 (Plum Creek Crossing), to Stop 3 (Island Pond)
Fly back over the central wetlands from Stop 5 (Plum Creek Crossing), over stop 6 (Stock Pond), to Stop 7 (Elm Creek).
Starting from our far western corner, we hover over the Plum Creek riparian corridor and move south from the creek over the western wetlands. Just before turning around, the drone spots our truck in the top right portion of the screen. That is parked at Stop 4 (Turn Around Tree).
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