The land was deeded to the town of Cactus and is a bird refuge. At times you can see bald and golden eagles, falcon, cranes, waterfowl and shore birds. The site is part of Texas Parks and Wildlife's Panhandle Plains Wildlife Trail. On F.M. 281, approximately two miles southeast of Cactus (about 1...
Features local history exhibits, wildlife displays and Native American artifacts. It includes a pioneer town replica. The Agricultural and Industry Building displays farm equipment. The Art Center features works by local and regional artists. Open May-Aug. 10 a.m.-noon and 1-5 p.m. Mon.-Sat. 1820...
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