Hunting at Texas Point National Wildlife Refuge

Woman dressed warmly in camouflage and standing in marsh reeds aims a shotgun into the air
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Hunters will find freshwater and saltwater marshes on 8,900-acre Texas Point National Wildlife Refuge, managed together with nearby McFaddin National Wildlife Refuge. Texas Point National Willdife Refuge can be accessed by foot and by boat. There are numerous open units; consult refuge headquarters for maps and regulations. Hunters should prepare for extremely boggy areas, alligators and venomous snakes. Taking time to scout the refuge and learn its terrain minimizes risk and makes for more successful outings. The rich mix of marshy habitats, managed by prescribed fire and grazing, draws thousands of ducks and geese each year. Mottled ducks are year-round residents, while other duck species use the area during fall migration.

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