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Beeville lies in the center of South Texas and is a mecca for Dove and Quail hunters. Each year, hunters come to their leases or ranches to enjoy the bountiful game in this area. Motels and restaurants are plentiful and provide accommodations for the hunters. Many Houston people have bought ranches and retired in Bee County. Plentiful game and a central location are assets. One hour from Corpus Christi, one and a half hours from San Antonio, three hours from Houston, one hour from the coast, Bee County is the perfect rural location with near access to city necessities. The Beeville Country Club is another great asset to Beeville with famous food, golf course, reasonable prices, reciprocal policy, tennis courts, large pool for kids and a beautiful clubhouse for after hunt dinners . Many Houston refugees have made Beeville their home because of the Beeville Country Club. [JJ]
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In all of the lower forty-eight states, South Texas is one of the richest in birdlife. Birders come from all over the world to view the incredible variety available. Located on a natural flyway for migrating birds, South Texas can provide over five hundred different species of resident and stopover birds.
Bee County is particularly blessed with rich avifauna. Geographically Bee County is located in three biological zones. On the South and East is the coastal plain, to the North and West is the beginning of the Chihuahuan Desert and to the East is the beginning of the oak savannah.
Many species of plants and birds are at the limit of their ranges in Bee County. See Complete Article
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