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BIG BEND, Tex. — As travelers seek solace from stressful educational routines, and escape wintry conditions, Big Bend National Park is expected to experience an increase in visitation to the point of periodic congestion.
In a statement, the park also said many desert enthusiasts will be attracted to the area due to fall and winter rains have also resulted in spectacular spring flowers.
“If the Presidents’ Day holiday weekend is any indication, our expectations are for an extremely busy spring break this year, which is anticipated to extend through the month of March,” Chief of Interpretation Tom VandenBerg said.
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