Suspension Bridge At Santa Ana National Wildlife Refuge Photographed By Sara Turbyfill.

Santa Ana National Wildlife Refuge: A Hidden Gem Found in the Lower Rio Grande Valley

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Explore Santa Ana National Wildlife Refuge

Santa Ana National Wildlife Refuge is one of the best kept secrets in Texas. This wildlife refuge is tucked away in the city of Alamo, near the border of Mexico and the United States. In fact, the Rio Grande runs along the southern border of the sanctuary.

Alligator Photographed By Sara Turbyfill At Brazoria NWR.

Brazoria National Wildlife Refuge: Belted Kingfishers, Coyotes, and Crested Caracaras Thrive in This Wetland

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Wildlife Watching at Brazoria National Wildlife Refuge

Brazoria National Wildlife Refuge is one of the greatest places for wildlife watching in Texas. This hidden gem is located an hour from downtown Houston, near Freeport and Surfside Beach. The refuge is famous for having more water than land, and as a result, numerous types of wildlife can be found here.

Crested Caracara Pair Photographed By Sara Turbyfill At Anahuac National Wildlife Refuge.

Anahuac National Wildlife Refuge: A Bird Oasis an Hour from Downtown Houston

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Birding at Anahuac National Wildlife Refuge

Anahuac National Wildlife Refuge is located an hour from downtown Houston, between I-10 and Bolivar Peninsula, in Chambers County, Texas. The refuge lies just south of the city of Anahuac, which is also known as the Alligator Capital of Texas. People visit the national wildlife refuge for various reasons, including fishing, hunting, and wildlife watching. However, one of the most sought after activities is birding at Anahuac National Wildlife Refuge.