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General Information

Description - Big Boggy NWR consists of 4,526 acres of coastal estuarine habitat located on the north shore of East Matagorda Bay. It was established in 1983 as a migratory bird project for wintering waterfowl. It typically winters 10-20,000 ducks and serves as a roost for 20-30,000 geese.


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Filed By: Chris L.
Number of People Encountered: 11-25 ppl
Recommend to a Friend: Highly
Report: On Jan 18 2003 I took a trip to Brazoria NWR near Galveston TX. While on this trip our group saw a few White-tailed Hawks which was very awsome. Then we also a Cinnomon Teal on one of the refuges ponds. Also Red-breated Mergansers, and Bufflehead were very common when you got closer to the ocean. If you are ever down in the Houston area I would recommond that you should go to this refuge it was well worth the trip. Then latter that day pur group went down to the Quintana Jetty which is near the refuge. While there we saw a Purple Sandpiper which is a vagrant to our area here. All in all I thought that this trip was very very good.


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Contact Information:
Big Boggy NWR, 1212 N. Velasco, Suite 200 , Angleton, TX, 77515, Phone: 409-964-3639
, r2rw_brz@fws.gov

Additional Information:
Texas' National Wildlife Refuges - Although recreation is not the primary mission of the National Wildlife Refuges, most of the refuges listed here offer atleast opportunities for birdwatching, wildlife viewing and enjoying nature.

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