National Wildlife Refuge

Aransas National Wildlife Refuge is in the Gulf Coast region of Texas, between Corpus Christi and Galveston.

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Aransas is considered the "crown jewel" of the National Wildlife Refuge system. It is the only summering ground for the endangered whooping crane and home to large colonies of birds including pelicans, cranes, herons and egrets. The Refuge has a number of small walking trails and also has a scenic 10 mi (16 km) drive through its interior. Wild boar, alligators and armadillos can also be seen at the refuge.

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