Habitats for amphibians at Lyndon B. Johnson National Historical Park include the Pedernales River, Town Creek, multiple stock tanks, and natural springs and seeps. These areas support multiple varieties of amphibians. There is an abundance of frogs, toads and salamanders that take advantage of these moist habitats.
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Lyndon Johnson's first career was as a teacher and principal of a Mexican-American school in Cotulla, Texas. He later taught debate in Houston. Lyndon B. Johnson National Historical Park