Posts Tagged ‘birding in the Rio Grande Valley’
 

 
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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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NewsOK Publishes Article about the Birds of the Rio Grande Valley.

NewsOK of Oklahoma published this great article about the birds of the Rio Grande Valley on May 2015. The tremendous natural resources the Valley has attracts thousands of visitors and journalists to the area every year. Articl...
by La Vida Valle
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Birding in the Rio Grande Valley

This article was featured in Southern Living online magazine about birding in the Rio Grande Valley. Birds of the Rio Grande Valley are so amazing that people flock here to see them! Click to Enlarge Birding in Rio Grande Vall...
by Nydia O Tapia - Gonzales
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Our Feathered Visitors

This little cutie is a Northern Perula that is migrating through the Rio Grande Valley. Some say its timing is early for spring migration, while others have stated that Northern Perulas have actually wintered here near Brownsvi...
by Nydia O Tapia - Gonzales
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Kenny Salazar Photography

I met Kenny Salazar through the Rio Grande Valley Birding Festival where he volunteers as communications director handling all social media and website related issues. Our Valley is blessed with abundant wildlife, and Kenny’s...
by Nydia O Tapia - Gonzales
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