Birds and Wildlife at the Anahuac Wildlife Refuge in Southeast Texas

September 10, 2013  •  1 Comment

The Anahuac National Wildlife Refuge is located in southeast Texas about 50 miles east of Houston, just north of High Island and just south of Winnie.  So, for fun and easy birding, first go to Boy Scout Woods in High Island, walk through the woods and look for migrating songbirds, then drive a few miles north and be in Anahuac where you'll find all kinds of shorebirds, waterbirds, songbirds and snakes and alligators.  There are roads that go through the refuge so it's easy to just drive through and see what's there.  These pictures of the Glossy Ibis,White Ibis and alligator were taken from the car window.   More on Anahuac and High Island bird species and sightings next time-

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