San Ygnacio Birding

Birdwatching Along the Rio Grande River

I relish memories of a recent visit to San Ygnacio, Texas and their bird sanctuary. An upriver, arid, hilly brushland, or chaparral country as referred by some, which covers most of the coastal plains south of the Edwards Plate...
by Nydia O Tapia - Gonzales
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Casa Santa Anna

Welcome to Casa Santa Ana

When Judy and John McClung set out in search of an undeveloped piece of property they had no clue of   the difficulty of their task.  After reading multiple books on how to be an innkeeper Judy was ready to take on the proje...
by Nydia O Tapia - Gonzales
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Fly Fishing

Fly Fishing for Redfish in the Laguna Madre

We really enjoyed reading this article by Jonathan Gluck for the New York Times published on February 10, 2016.  The amazing photography is by Michael Stravato. Rick Hartman had just navigated a pair of husband-and-wife angler...
by La Vida Valle
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Whooping Cranes

Whooping Crane Festival in Port Aransas

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT: Ann Bracher Vaughan President/CEO (361) 749-5919 Whooping Crane Festival Registration Now Open Birders are Flocking Online to Register Early 19th Annual Whooping Crane Festival February 25-28 201...
by La Vida Valle
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green jay

Why is the Rio Grande Valley so Rich in Birds and Wildlife?

If you Enjoy Bird Watching and Nature, South Texas is Waiting for you! Texas offers the richest bird watching in USA – 630 species, more than any other state. The Lower Rio Grande Valley offers the richest birding in Texa...
by Nydia O Tapia - Gonzales
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