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Curlew_512x219Welcome to the Lower Rio Grande Valley National Wildlife Refuge.

Headquarters and Visitor Center
The Lower Rio Grande Valley National Wildlife Refuge shares its headquarters and a visitor center with the Santa Ana National Wildlife Refuge. This is where refuge staff and volunteers are available to provide you with maps, brochures and checklists and let you know what is happening. This is also where the business of the refuge is conducted.

Refuge Trails:
Seven days a week from sunrise to sunset, you can enjoy the many trails and observation decks on the Lower Rio Grande Valley National Wildlife Refuge. The refuge has nearly 40,000 acres open for you to enjoy wildlife-related activities, including wildlife watching, hiking, and wildlife photography.  And additional 6,000 acres are open to hunting.

Directions to the Headquarters: The headquarters is located seven miles south of Alamo, Texas, on FM 907 about 1/4 mile east on U.S. Highway 281. The lat/long is 26.068194 and -98.148079.
 
Last Updated: Jul 06, 2012
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