Last weekend we took a trip north from Dallas to the Texas – Oklahoma border to the Hagerman National Wildlife Refuge. Situated close to Sherman, the refuge is over 11,000 acres squared and is famous as a haven for migratory birds. All year round you can visit here and see a whole plethora of different wildlife. There’s a range of trails you can take which wind through the woods, and also past a lot of pools which are perfect environments for the birds. As well as that you can also drive their scenic road all through the wetlands and see the birds from the comfort of your own car. In the winter the refuge is most famous for the migratory geese which arrive in the thousands. Unfortunately i haven’t had chance to edit the photos I took of them yet, so I will do another post soon of this place as it really was an incredible place to visit. With this post i’ll just share a photos of other birds which we encountered here.
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Howdy, my name’s Matt. I'm originally from England but now live here in the Great State of Texas. Since moving here I thought it would be fun to try something new and enter the world of photo blogging. View more posts