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Botanical Gardens and Nature Center located in the center of Orange, Texas. Contains a mixed forest, cypress swamp, wetlands, and a large lake. Many of its trees were heavily damaged or destroyed by Hurricane Rita in September 2005. The formal Botanical Gardens contain more than 300 plant species in five formal "rooms" as well as four sculpture "rooms." Adjacent to the Botanical Gardens is a bird blind which allows visitors to observe nesting birds in Shangri La’s heronry. It opened in Spring 2008 to close again for nearly six months due to the damages sustained from Hurricane Ike (Sept. 2008) and was reopened to the public on March 7, 2009.

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