They've done an amazing job of bringing the house back to life.
The sanctuary is right on the Rio Grande and you can look directly into Mexico from the viewing shelter. There are many places to view all kinds of birds, from the migratory ones to the permanent residents.
The flowering trees and plants attract hummingbirds and butterflies galore! The people manning the center are all very well versed in the sanctuary's flora and fauna.
Bobcats are seen regularly and ocelots have been photographed by cameras located on game trails.
All in all, a great stop for visitors and locals alike!
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