long point ranch

Located just down the road from Brazos Bend State Park, in Fort Bend County,
 Long Point Ranch serves as headquarters for The James B Harrison Foundation. 

Our office sits on approximately 1100 acres designated for charitable use activities.

It is a truly unique property that serves as home to a variety of different habitats and wildlife. This property is locally known for its Bald Cypress ponds. 

 

Headquarters

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water features

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Wildlife

Green Heron  - The green heron is more compact and stocky than its heron relatives. This particular heron is a juvenile as distinguished by its brown coloring and streaking on the neck.  Photo courtesy of Willie Hinz.

Green Heron - The green heron is more compact and stocky than its heron relatives. This particular heron is a juvenile as distinguished by its brown coloring and streaking on the neck. Photo courtesy of Willie Hinz.

Great Blue Heron chicks  - The Great Blue Heron is a wading bird and are often found near open water and wetlands. They are not to be confused with egrets.  Photo courtesy of Amber Leung.

Great Blue Heron chicks - The Great Blue Heron is a wading bird and are often found near open water and wetlands. They are not to be confused with egrets. Photo courtesy of Amber Leung.

Anhinga  - A water bird also known as a snakebird is commonly found near water.

Anhinga - A water bird also known as a snakebird is commonly found near water.

 

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