Come out and enjoy Brazoria National Wildlife Refuge!
Designated an Internationally Significant Shorebird Site by the Western Hemisphere Shorebird Reserve Network, the refuge is a must-see for any birder interested in wetlands and waterbirds.
Thousands of acres of the refuge are open to the public that include nature trails, boardwalks and overlooks designed to help you experience and enjoy this amazing landscape.
Hunting is one of the priority recreational uses on National Wildlife Refuges and compatible with the mission of this refuge.
Brazoria National Wildlife Refuge provides excellent opportunities for the public to enjoy great fishing! Anglers can try their luck reeling in redfish, spotted seatrout, black drum, sheepshead, and flounder.
The refuge hosts and participates in many fun events throughout the year.
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Incoming tides of this coastal refuge combine life-giving nourishment from the Gulf with fresh river waters to create one of the most biologically rich environments in Texas. Because of its importance to birds, the Brazoria National Wildlife Refuge and its companion refuges, San Bernard and Big Boggy, were designated an Internationally Significant Shorebird Site by the Western Hemisphere Shorebird Reserve Network.