The most up-to-the-minute Texas bluebonnet sightings within a 60-mile radius of San Antonio, 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 San Antonio’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 bluebonnets @ posterous.com.
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And the 2013 Bluebonnet Sightings Are …
Woo hoo! Kyle, Texas, has got some bluebonnets! But y’all better hurry, they’re starting to set seed pods. Thank you to Heidi for sending in this bluebonnet sightings report. Heidi says the field is behind the Target Store in Kyle. We’re not sure if it can be seen from the roads but she did list FM 1626 as the main road the field was located. She also says there’s safe parking nearby. Y’all enjoy! View 2013 Texas Bluebonnet Sightings in a larger...read more
Field Update as of April 9, 2013: Folks, this field has been mowed down. Do not go to the field. ___________________________________________________________________ Well after a little confusion and an attempt to blame auto-spelling, we finally understand what’s happening at what we’ve been told is an awesome bluebonnet field. Thank you to Cassi Crow, Dave Talboys, and Lisa Reid for sending us information, photos, and video of this great field. We’re going to nickname this bluebonnet field the “Fireworks” field....read more
Here’s another bluebonnet sightings report for the San Antonio area! Thanks, Steve Garrett, for sending it in. The field is located at the southeast corner of FM 78 (Seguin Road) and Wood Glen. Steve says the field has been there for about 2 weeks so hurry if it’s in your area. It’s definitely a Kid and Pet Friendly Bluebonnet Field as there’s plenty of parking in the lot next to the field. Enjoy! : ) View 2013 Texas Bluebonnet Sightings in a larger...read more
Gotta thank one of our Facebook followers, Amanda Moor Bennet, for sending us a bluebonnet sightings report for McAllister Park in San Antonio, Texas. This is definitely a kid- and pet-friendly bluebonnet field! McAllister Park is located at 13102 Jones Maltsberger Road, San Antonio, Texas. The field might be a little on the small side but it sure does look sweet. It’s got a thick blanket. Amanda says the field is near the dog park in McAllister Park. View 2013 Texas Bluebonnet Sightings in a larger...read more
Thank you, Sharon Curry, for sending in our first bluebonnet sightings report from Moore, Texas. Woo hoo! Sharon tells us that there are patches of bluebonnets along Interstate 35 between Mile Markers 113 and 114 near Moore, Texas, which is southwest of San Antonio. This patch of bluebonnets looks just gorgeous! What a nice little spread. From the purple banner spots, we know the field is at least a week old. And what’s nice about the field is it’s accessible to the public although Sharon does not consider it a Kid and Pet Friendly...read more
Bluebonnets are beginning to bloom in New Braunfels. These might be “yard bluebonnets” but they’re a good indication as to how things are going in the New Braunfels and San Antonio areas. We’ve gotten reports of rosettes raising and flower spikes reaching for high noon. Thank you merritt319 for the bluebonnet sightings report and the gorgeous photo! : ) Submit Your Texas Bluebonnet Sightings To report your Texas Bluebonnet sightings, give our shiny, new Submission Form a try. View 2013 Texas Bluebonnet...read more