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Santa Ana National Wildlife Refuge
3325 Green Jay Road
78516 Alamo , TX
United States
26° 4' 55.9848" N, 98° 8' 7.4688" W
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Santa Ana National Wildlife Refuge
3325 Green Jay Road
Alamo, TX, 78516
United States
U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service/ Santa Ana NWR
General Information

Santa Ana NWR, 2,088 acre National Wildlife Refuge with more than 400 species of bird; nearly half of all butterfly species found in North America. It is a rare subtropical area with unique wildlife. Established in 1943, the refuge serves as protection for migratory birds and offers a glimpse into a world that has vanished from 95 percent of the Lower Rio Grande Valley. Santa Ana NWR is open 7 days a week from sunrise to sunset for wildlife observation, hiking, nature photography, and year-round interpretive and educational programs. The visitor center is open daily from 8:00-4:00 p.m. except for Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Years. Call for more information.