Big Bend Country
The Big Bend Country occupies the extreme western part of the state eastward generally to the Pecos River. This is a region of diverse habitats and vegetation, varying from the desert valleys and plateaus to wooded mountain slopes. Mountain outwash materials have formed the soils of the Big Bend. Surface textures and profile characteristics are varied. Soil reaction is generally alkaline. Due to the diversity of soils and elevations, many vegetation types exist in the region.
|Black Gap WMA||103,000|
|Elephant Mountain WMA||23,147|
|Sierra Diablo WMA||11,625|