- This refuge contains 3,236 acres--two thirds of which are saline lake bed, and the remainder is grasslands. The primary wildlife are the lesser sandhill cranes, waterfowl and shore birds.
Recreation - Recreational activities include hiking and wildlife observation.
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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.