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San Bernard National Wildlife Refuge

On County Road 306, just southwest of Freeport, Palacios, Texas | 979–964–3639
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Type: Animals, Other, Nature & Gardens, and Hiking & Walking
Ages: Ages 4 — adult
Cost: Free
Hours of operation: Open during daylight hours


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December 23 2010
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The San Bernard National Wildlife Refuge is a 24,000-acre refuge between Cedar Lake Creek and the San Bernard River along the coast. You’ll find more than 400 species of wildlife to watch, including at least 250 types of birds. Mammals include armadillos, bobcats, coyotes, raccoons, and river otters.

 
 

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