Recently went to the Texas gulf coast, around 70 miles South East of Houston to Anahuac National Wildlife Refuge. It’s 34,000 acres of natural habitat mainly for birds and in particular shore and wading birds. It’s also a great place in the spring to see migratory songbirds whom travel through after crossing the Gulf of Mexico on their way north. The wildlife is very easy to see here as there’s an “autoloop tour” which takes you directly through the refuge. Amongst many other creatures who call this place home, the most interesting I found were the Alligators who lived here.
Anahuac National Wildlife Refuge, Texas
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4 thoughts on “Anahuac National Wildlife Refuge, Texas”
Great pictures Lone Star. Did you get to wrassle any of them there gators?
Cheers! Not this time unfortunately, maybe if I see that baby one again I’ll try it, not the big fella though lol
Lovely photos Matt. Good to see you’re exploring your surroundings!
Thanks! Yeah it was a great place to go and visit!