The most up-to-the-minute Texas bluebonnet sightings within a 60-mile radius of Houston, Texas. We list sightings reports sent directly to us, as well as those we gather from the Twitterverse.
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Bluebonnet Sightings from Twitterverse
We work really hard each bluebonnet season scouring different sources with the goal of passing on sightings information to our followers — and the Twitterverse is no exception.Only the 30 most current tweets are listed here. For more tweets, visit Houston’s dedicated Twitter page.
Bluebonnet Sightings Reported to Us
Sightings reports that are sent directly to us are the heart and soul of Texas Bluebonnet Sightings. A picture or video is worth a thousand words! It’s one thing for someone to tell you where bluebonnets are, but with today’s price of gas, pictures — especially videos — tell you whether a field is worth your time and money to go out and have a looky-loo.
These sightings reports are so important to us, that we take the effort to include a Google map with every report that is sent directly to us. If your camera or cell phone is GPS enabled, we’re able to gather the GPS coordinates from your photos and videos and that makes it possible for us to provide an exact location of your report. If your camera or cell phone isn’t GPS enabled, no worries, just give us a pretty good idea of the location when you make your report.
To make a bluebonnet sightings report, send your photos and videos (as many as you like at one time) to email@example.com.
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And the 2013 Bluebonnet Sightings Are …
Oh. my. word. Y’all look at this GORGEOUS bluebonnet field! We have not seen a picture of a bluebonnet field mixed in with that many Indian Paintbrushes all season long. Sweet! A gi-nor-mous thank you to Debbie for sending in this bluebonnet sightings report. We have emailed Debbie confirming some of the field’s details such as more specific location details and whether or not the photographs are recent. And if the photos are recent, then … boy howdy! … y’all need to get to that field for another session of...read more
Oh my! Bluebonnets in our old stomping grounds! A big thank you to Christina Leisk for sending in this bluebonnet sightings report! We hear about this field every year. Good to see it’s come back! Thank you to Richain Herod for sending additional photos of this great field! We certainly appreciate it! If y’all go to this field, please, please, please don’t trample the bluebonnets. Mercy sakes! This poor field gets stomped every year and we’re surprised it comes back to take the abuse another year. Y’all be...read more
Shout out to our Facebook follower, Karen Hon Matthews, for sending us our first bluebonnet sightings report for Montgomery, Texas, this season. What a gorgeous field! We’re checking with Karen right now to see if she considers it a Kid and Pet Friendly Bluebonnet Field. Karen tells us the field is located on Lonestar Parkway in Montgomery, Texas, near the cross road, Buffalo Springs Drive which is also named Rampy Drive on our Google map. The field should be in the NE corner of the intersection of Lonestar Parkway and Buffalo Spring...read more
A big thanks to one of our Facebook followers, Richain Herod, for sending a bluebonnet sightings report for Webster, Texas. This field is located at the intersection of NASA Road 1 and Kobayashi Road. Richain says, “This patch is small but worth a quick drive by in Webster, Texas on the corner of NASA Road 1 and Kobayashi Road. There are a few blooms a block north at the turn in for the shopping center about 50 yards north on Kobayashi Road.” The field looks to be on private property, so we doubt you’ll be able to get into...read more
Field Update as of March 27, 2013: The ropes for the Creekside Park in The Woodlands came down several days ago and everyone is allowed to go into the bluebonnets for photographs. Thank you to Elissa Bateman for sending in a current photo of this field’s condition. She also mentioned that it might be a little confusing to find the field. Elissa says, “The bluebonnet field is in Rob Fleming Park. It was a little confusing to me because there is a sign for Rob Fleming Park at the entrance of the school parking lot, but the park is...read more