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Wildlife of the Rio Grande Valley

Wildlife of the Rio Grande Valley

The purpose is to catalog different species of wildlife that inhabit south Texas. Your help is needed by taking photographs and helping with the identification of these various species. Sign in to join mission

Wildlife of the Rio Grande Valley
Created by

ReynaldoRamirezJr

Website 75 participants 385 spottings

The purpose is to catalog and identify species of wildlife found in the south Texas area. Specifically, this mission is to identify plants, insects, reptiles, amphibians, birds, and mammals found in south Texas and northern Mexico. Los Fresnos, Texas is the central point and extends out 300 miles. This includes two countries and different types of water bodies.

Wildlife of the Rio Grande Valley

Lat: 26.07 Long: -97.48

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