Reserves in Texas

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Laguna Atascosa NWR

On the former Rio Grande Delta along the Texas Gulf Coast, 30 miles north of Brownsville.
Habitat: Salt flats, thorny shrubs, mesquite, and cactus complement an extensive coastal savanna.
Originally created for wintering waterfowl, the refuge now attracts more than 400 bird species (highest total in the refuge system), including the green jay, the chachalaca, the great kiskadee, and the rare, endangered aplomado falcon. Chief among the charismatic wildlife are two rare cats: the endangered ocelot and jaguarundi.

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Mission-Aransas Reserve, Texas

The Mission-Aransas Reserve is a large contiguous complex of wetland, terrestrial, and marine environments. Named for the two major rivers that flow into the area, the reserve contains public and private lands and waters. The land is primarily coastal prairie with unique oak motte habitats. The wetlands include riparian habitat, fresh and salt water marshes. Within the water areas, the bays are large, open, and include extensive tidal flats, seagrass meadows, mangroves, and oyster reefs. These unique and diverse estuarine habitats in the western Gulf of Mexico support a host of endangered and threatened species including the endangered whooping crane.

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