Find new web addresses on:             www.friendsofthewildlifecorridor.org/new-web-addresses/


Sites to Visit
Things to Do
Roma Bluffs World Birding Center
Open Refuge Tracts
Hunting
Rio Reforestation
Land Acquisition
Featured Species of Concern
Visitor Center
Friends of the Wildlife Corridor
Contact Us
Sponsor
Nature Photographers

 

Things to Do

The Lower Rio Grande Valley National Wildlife Refuge spans four counties, 275 river miles and 115 tracts of land. There are more than 40,000 acres of the Refuge open free to the public. Visitors are encouraged to take advantage of the wonderful wildlife-related opportunities, including wildlife watching, photography and hunting.

Exciting Events:
Rio Reforestation

Ocelot Conservation Festival