There are a lot of fun, interesting, and educational things you can do on the refuge. Keep in mind, if an activity is not wildlife related and doesn’t help in the protection or understanding of wildlife or their habitat, there are probably refuge rules governing this activity. Please check with refuge management before participating in an activity that could harm the environment or yourself. There are plenty of activities on Lower Rio Grande Valley National Wildlife Refuge for you to enjoy. Be safe and have fun! To protect habitat and keep Lower Rio Grande Valley National Wildife Refuge a safe place for wildlife and people, please follow these simple rules:
***********Environmental Assessment for Dawson Geophysical's Proposed Seismic Survey on the La Puerta tract of Lower Rio Grande Valley National Wildlife Refuge in Starr County, Texas. Please click on link for document.Environmental Assessment for Dawson Geophysical's Proposed Two Dimensional Seismic Survey on the La Puerta tract of the Lower Rio Grande Valley NWR, Starr County, Texas
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The ocelot is a small wild cat that is a management priority for the Lower Rio Grande Valley National Wildlife Refuge. Restoring and protecting habitat benefits this and many other species found in this biologically rich region.