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Oct 1, 2010 6:53 AM CST
Name: Christine
Northeast Texas, Zone 7b
After moving here in the summer of 2008, I did a bit of investigating to learn about this unique region of Texas. It was amazing to me how we were sitting in a little area that had its own micro-climate, with cooler temps than the surrounding towns and cities and, less humidity!!!

The Post Oak Savannah is associated with the Blackland Prairie Ecoregion. As the name implies, the original lanscape was primarily the post oaks.

It wasn't long before I spotted this Whitetail Deer
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Taking a walk into the deciduous forest, here's an opening from the otherwise thick trees and brush.
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The deer are abundant in this area and prefer their natural habitat, finding plenty to eat from the native plants nature provides.
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FAITH over fear!

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