BEE CAVES CREEK
BEE CAVES CREEK. Bee Caves Creek rises three miles south of the Kerr Wildlife Management Area in west central Kerr County (at 30°00' N, 99°29' W) and runs northeast for five miles to its mouth on the North Fork of the Guadalupe River (at 30°04' N, 99°27' W). It traverses an area of the Edwards Plateau characterized by loamy soils and rocky outcrops. The vegetation in the area consists primarily of dense stands of live oak and Ashe juniper.
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