In the second and final part of ARMY NATURALIST, crawl facedown through the muck with wildlife biologist Charles Pekins to get an upclose look at the caves, canyons, rivers, and other habitat that provides for the single largest managed populations of black-capped vireo and golden-cheeked warblers – which just happen to reside on the active military base of Fort Hood.
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