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WHERE IN TEXAS?

Wind and water shaped the landscape of this Panhandle state park, which contains 90 miles of trails. The park is home to a historic herd of Plains animals. The escarpment that runs through the park serves as a transition zone between the High Plains to the west and the Rolling Plains to the east.


If you recognize this site, send us a note at Texas Parks & Wildlife magazine, 4200 Smith School Road, Austin, TX 78744 (write “Where in Texas?” on the envelope); email us at magazine@tpwd.texas.gov; or let us know on Facebook. We’ll reveal the answer in a future issue.


Photo by Sonja Sommerfeld
TOOLS: Canon EOS 5D Mark III with EF16-35mm f/2.8L II USM lens, f/11.0, 1 /125 second, ISO 400.


Our photo feature allows you to test your ability to identify Texas landscapes. See if YOU can become one of our "Texperts" by knowing five or more of our locations.


If you recognize this site, send us a note at Texas Parks & Wildlife magazine, 4200 Smith School Road, Austin, TX 78744 (write “Where in Texas?” on the envelope); email us at magazine@tpwd.texas.gov; or let us know on Facebook. We’ll reveal the answer in a future issue.


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