CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas — City crews have started a maintenance project at two popular parks.
Today, they started removing invasive trees and grass from the Hans and Pat Suter Wildlife Refuge and at Blucher Park.
The work will continue for five weeks at each park.
The efforts will focus on creating a balanced, safe and all-encompassing natural resource. The enhancements will regain the natural parkland utilized by migrating bird populations and foster bird activity to be enjoyed by residents and visitors of Corpus Christi’s eco-tourism driven economy.
The work is being done through a collaborative effort involving the Corpus Christi Parks & Recreation Department and the American Conservation Experience.
The parks will remain open during the work, but barriers will be in place.