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Arbor Hills Nature Preserve is a 200-acre park in Plano, TX. It has several amenities including: 3 miles of paved hiking trail, 3 miles of unpaved hiking trail, a 2.8 mile off-road bike trail, restrooms, a covered pavilion, and a playground. The pavilion can be reserved for special events. An observation tower provides a bird's eye view of the park. There are three regions in the park: Blackland Prairie, Riparian Forest, and Upland Forest. Birds that live in the park include: killdeer, owls, woodpeckers, egrets, herons, scissor-tailed flycatcher, and turkey vulture. Many other wildlife such as deer, coyotes, snakes, bobcats, turtles, fish, and rabbits also live in the park. [1][2]

Arbor Hills Nature Preserve
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Arbor Hills Nature Preserve, March 2008
LocationPlano, Texas
Coordinates33°02′51″N 96°50′55″W / 33.0475°N 96.8487°W / 33.0475; -96.8487Coordinates: 33°02′51″N 96°50′55″W / 33.0475°N 96.8487°W / 33.0475; -96.8487
Area200 acres
Websitehttps://www.plano.gov/facilities/facility/details/Arbor-Hills-Nature-Preserve-20

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Arbor Hills Nature Preserve". Plano.gov. Retrieved 19 September 2015.
  2. ^ https://www.plano.gov/DocumentCenter/View/2976