Here are the 20 Texas National Wildlife Refuges

If you’re looking for a national wildlife refuge nearby, then you’ll be happy to know that there are 20 Texas national wildlife refuges.

updated 01/24

If you’re wondering if there’s a national wildlife refuge near you, you’ll be happy to know there are 20 Texas National Wildlife Refuges. They all offer an opportunity to visit land designated to protect various wildlife and a great opportunity for hiking, birding, hunting, and much more.

It’s important to know that there are different fees associated with each location, and most are CASH ONLY. They will also offer different visitor center experiences that may have gift shops as well. These are usually run by the “Friends of” groups that help maintain the refuges.

Visit the main U.S. Fish & Wildlife site for more information on the national refuges.

If you’d like to read more on the visited refuges check out them below:

image of cow creek at Balcones wildlife refuge near Austin, tx
Cow Creek at Balcones Wildlife Refuge near Austin, TX.

The 20 Texas National Wildlife Refuges:

Station NameOffice LocationTelephone
Anahuac National Wildlife RefugeAnahuac, TX409-267-3337
Aransas National Wildlife RefugeAustwell, TX361-286-3559
Attwater Prairie Chicken National Wildlife RefugeEagle Lake, TX979-234-3021
Balcones Canyonlands National Wildlife RefugeMarble Falls, TX512-339-9432
Big Boggy National Wildlife RefugeBrazoria, TX979-964-3639
Brazoria National Wildlife RefugeAngleton, TX979-922-1037
Buffalo Lake National Wildlife RefugeUmbarger, TX806-499-3382
Caddo Lake National Wildlife RefugeKarnack, TX903-679-9144
Grulla National Wildlife RefugeMuleshoe, TX806-946-3341
Hagerman National Wildlife RefugeSherman, TX903-786-2826
Laguna Atascosa National Wildlife RefugeLos Fresnos, TX956-748-3607
Lower Rio Grande Valley National Wildlife RefugeAlamo, TX956-784-7500
Mcfaddin National Wildlife RefugeSabine Pass, TX409-971-2909
Moody National Wildlife RefugeAnahuac, TX409-267-3337
Muleshoe National Wildlife RefugeMuleshoe, TX806-946-3341
Neches River National Wildlife RefugeJacksonville, TX956-245-9426
San Bernard National Wildlife RefugeBrazoria, TX979-964-3639
Santa Ana National Wildlife RefugeAlamo, TX956-784-7500
Texas Point National Wildlife RefugeSabine Pass, TX409-971-2909
Trinity River National Wildlife RefugeLiberty, TX936-336-9786

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