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Burleson prairies are considered part of the Greater Fort Worth Prairie. These prairies contain the “big four” prairie grasses: big bluestem, little bluestem, Indiangrass, and switchgrass. Over a hundred other grass and wildflower species exist in our Burleson remnant prairies.
Since prairies have so many species of plants, there are interesting things to see year-round. Wildflowers can be observed spring through fall, Monarch butterflies can be found in large numbers during October, and migratory grassland birds often find nesting material and seeds in the winter.