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|Number of Daily Flights||25|
|Earliest Flight Departure Date||May 25|
|Latest Flight Departure Date||May 25|
|Popular Airlines||American Airlines|
People who fly from Tampa International Airport (TPA) to Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport (DFW) will land in Texas’ largest airport with thirty square miles of land. Shuttle buses and taxis are available to the city center.
The Dallas area is home to a number of wild animals, as those who take a flight to DFW may well discover. The good news is that none of these wild animals are dangerous but nature lovers will be delighted by the chance of coming across the likes of armadillos, bobcats, foxes, skunks, bats and coyotes.
Places that could be of interest to animal lovers in the Dallas/Fort Worth area include the Cedar Ridge Preserve, which features no less than nine miles worth of hiking trails with the chance to spot birds, butterflies, reptiles and mammals. The Cedar Hill State Park, an urban nature preserve also provides a range of outdoor activities such as bird watching, camping, mountain biking and boating for visitors of all ages.
Humid subtropical is the definition of the climate of Dallas and Fort Worth, as well as continental, covering as it does a wide range of temperatures over the course of a year.