Brazoria National Wildlife Refuge - a haven for birders and outdoor enthusiasts who seek adventure throughout the season

Snowbirds & RV Travelers by Perry Mack

Episode notes

Birding is big in Texas. According to the National Audubon Society, the Lone Star State’s species list is close to 650 - ranking it the second highest in the U.S. behind California - and where enthusiasts can enjoy some of the most fascinating experiences in the U.S.

Not to be overshadowed by such known Texas birding destinations as Bolivar Flats, Aransas National Wildlife Refuge, and Big Bend National Park, The Brazoria National Wildlife Refuge is a 17,401 ha (43,000 ac) nature preserve where birding is king while fishing, hiking, and wildlife viewing all tie for a close second. It’s these attractions that make it a prime day destination any time of the year.

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