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Texas Wildlife Chooses Fulshear Run Pond for Heron Release

Bird lovers and local residents enjoyed watching Amanda Remsberg with Texas Wildlife Rehabilitation Coalition release two young Yellow Crowned Night herons at the Fish Lake Park in the Fulshear Run community Saturday, July 22. “Fulshear Run is a community built with an appreciation for the abundance of natural features in our midst,??? shares developer Doug Konopka, president of DHK Development. “Throughout our rolling hills, woods, prairies, pastures and ponds, we have placed signature touches such as a birdhouse village and bird observation areas, so we are excited to be chosen for the release of several rehabilitated herons in recent months.???

The event provided interesting photography opportunities for wildlife enthusiasts including Dave Knowles of Houston and Fulshear Run residents (former Fulshear mayor) Tommy and Rhonda Kuykendall, Keith Williams, Lorraine Whiteside and David Little. “We have a steady stream of buyers that love the idea of relocating to a community that specializes in simple living in nature’s backyard,??? says Jill Baker-Knowles, sales associate for Trendmaker Homes in Fulshear Run. “Protecting our massive trees and open spaces is a central feature of our master plan, so I expect we will have a steady stream of unique, nature-themed activities like this that are ideal for nature lovers.???


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