Save
You must be signed in to save park lists.
Your Park Lists
add New List
Add Photo
You must be signed in to add photos.
Texas
180

Texas State Parks

USA Parks
Texas
Gulf Coast Region
Texas Point National Wildlife Refuge
Texas Point National Wildlife Refuge Keeping watch © Pat Butaud
Alligator sunning in April 2010.
Texas Point National Wildlife Refuge Partially submerged gator2 © Pat Butaud
April 4, 2010
Texas Point National Wildlife Refuge Alligator in April 2010 © Pat Butaud
Texas Point National Wildlife Refuge Texas Point © Pat Butaud
Sabine Pass - Texas Point
Texas Point National Wildlife Refuge Another gator © Pat Butaud
April 4, 2010
Texas Point National Wildlife Refuge Birds © Pat Butaud
These two birds kept up with me for about 400 yards...as though they were my tour guides
Texas Point National Wildlife Refuge Water Fowl © Pat Butaud
April 4, 2010
Texas Point National Wildlife Refuge Birds in Spring © Pat Butaud
April 4, 2010
Texas Point National Wildlife Refuge Water Fowl 2 © Pat Butaud
April 4, 2010
Texas Point National Wildlife Refuge Water Birds © Pat Butaud
Seagulls and ducks in the water.
Texas Point National Wildlife Refuge McFaddin Beach © Pat Butaud
McFaddin Beach Sabine Pass, Texas.
Texas Point National Wildlife Refuge Black Bird © Pat Butaud
Texas Point - Sabine Pass
Texas Point National Wildlife Refuge Birdwatching Boardwalk © Pat Butaud
Texas Point, Sabine Pass
Texas Point National Wildlife Refuge Pelican © Pat Butaud
Texas Point NWR Sabine Pass, Texas
Texas Point National Wildlife Refuge Texas Point © Pat Butaud
Texas Point - Sabine Pass
TEXAS POINT NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE
TEXAS POINT NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE
P.O. Box 609
Sabine Pass, Texas   77655
Bayous weave through a seemingly endless expanse of cordgrass, reptilian eyes at the waters surface witness the ever-changing variety of waterfowl, and the call of the clapper rail reverberates through the marsh. For hundreds of years, many of the sights and sounds within this dynamic eco-system have gone untouched. Under the protective umbrella of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, the hope and expectation is that they will continue for hundreds more. <P>Welcome to the McFaddin and Texas Point NWRs, located on the upper Texas Coast. The two refuges supply important feeding and resting habitat for migrating and wintering populations of waterfowl. Established in 1980 and 1979, respectively, the 55,000 acre McFaddin NWR consists of the largest remaining freshwater marsh on the Texas Coast and thousands of acres of intermediate to brackish marsh, while neighboring Texas Point NWR encompasses 8,900 acres of fresh to salt marsh with some wooded uplands and prairie ridges. <P>McFaddin and Texas Point National Wildlife Refuges are two of the 540 refuges that comprise the National Wildlife Refuge System, a national network of lands and waters set aside for the benefit of wildlife, and you! <P>
FACILITIES AND ACTIVITIES OVERVIEW
Day-UseFishingyes
 Huntingyes
 Hiking Trailyes


Location
Texas Point National Wildlife Refuge is located near Beaumont, Port Arthur


Visitor Comments, Memories and Reviews
Share On

Nearby Hotels
Booking.com

Directions
The best way to get to the refuge is through Sabine Pass. Highway 87, washed out by coastal erosion, no longer connects High Island with the refuge. The refuge is located west of Sabine Pass on Highway 87. <P>

Texas
180

Texas State Parks

X