Regional
9:44 am
Fri February 22, 2013

Famous Trees Of Texas

The Famous Trees of Texas registry has grown to 92 with this week's addition of trees in Goliad County and near Austin.

The Texas A&M Forest Service on Friday announced the Goliad Anacua (uh-NAH'-kwah) and a 103-foot bald cypress in McKinney Falls State Park known as "Old Baldy" have joined the list.

The trees on the registry are recognized by a Texas Historical Commission marker or have been identified in historical records, media accounts or photos.

A&M Forest Service officials say 65 of the trees on the registry are still alive.

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Online:

http://texasforestservice.tamu.edu/websites/FamousTreesOfTexas/Explore_Our_Trees/


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