“Conservation is a state of harmony between man and land (207).
My trip to the Barton Springs greenbelt on February 27, 2014 exposed me once again to variety of fauna including Cedar and ligustrum. I was lucky enough to be graced by spectacular weather. It was sunny and in the mid 70s a nice change from the unseasonal month we have experienced here. The Barton Springs Greenbelt is a hub of activity for human life therefore scaring away much animal life. All that I could hear is some birds chirping in the distance. I trekked on the trail for about 3 miles. The invasive ligustrum dominated the plant life in the area. Most plant life limited itself to one area the dried up creek occupied most of the park.