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Bird blind at the State Park  
   

Bird blind at the State Park

Bentsen-Rio Grande Valley State Park has many blinds or hides (as our British friends would say) associated with feeders and water features. The water features are used by the birds for drinking or bathing. This year there were notably fewer birds than two years ago, perhaps due to the current drought.
Lower Rio Grande Valley

April 19th 2009
We are coming to the end of a month spent in Mission, Texas, located in the Rio Grande Valley. The RV resort we are staying at is Bentsen Palm Village, next door to Bentsen-Rio Grande Valley State Park, and the nicest rv park we have encountered in our short history as world travelers. The park has very large sites with abundant native plantings throughout. Moxie has made many canine friends at th ... read more
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