All Rail Walks are conducted by David Sarkozi, Secretary of the Friends of Anahuac Refuge
All tours will meet on the
main portion of Anahuac National Wildlife Refuge at the Visitor Information
Station. You are encouraged to wear sunblock, long sleeves, pants, hats, insect
repellent, and plenty of water to keep you hydrated.
Rail Walk Dates:
Sunday March 24; 7 am and 4 pm Sunday April 7; 7 am and 4 pm
Saturday April 13; 7 am and 4 pm Sunday April 14; 7 am and 4 pm
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The mottled duck is an an indicator species for coastal marsh and wetland health. Biologists are concerned about the species due to its limited range and small population size. It is a management priority of the Anahuac National Wildlife Refuge.