DEVILS RUN. Devils Run rises in Bee County (at 28°18' N, 97°26' W) and runs southeast 10½ miles to its mouth on Sous Creek in Refugio County (at 28°13' N, 97°21' W). The creek, intermittent in its upper reaches, traverses flat to rolling terrain with scarps, surfaced by alkaline loam that supports hardwoods, pines, mesquite, and numerous prairie grasses.
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