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The Aransas National Wildlife Refuge

American Alligator snapped at the Refuge during most recent visit, last weekend of February 2001.
The Aransas NWR is along the Texas Gulf Coast across from the northeastern end of Padre Island.
Aransas is a wildlife cornucopia. I have seen collared peccaries, whooping cranes, armadillos, white-tailed
deer, wild turkey, turkey vultures, the ubiquitous alligator, dolphins, and most curious,
a ten foot bull shark, cruising off the shore of San Antonio Bay at dawn.

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Aransas National Wildlife Refuge

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