PECAN SPRING BRANCH
PECAN SPRING BRANCH. Pecan Spring Branch rises fourteen miles northwest of Burnet in northwestern Burnet County (at 30°57' N, 98°17' W) and flows northeast for six miles to its mouth on Pillar Bluff Creek, one mile south of the Burnet-Lampasas county line (at 31°01' N, 98°15' W). The terrain is characterized by steep slopes; the soil is shallow and sandy; and the vegetation consists primarily of juniper, scattered oak, and grasses.
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