FRIENDS OF ANAHUAC REFUGE

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Mammals

Unfortunately, several mammals that used to be on the Refuge in the past have moved on to other areas because of habitat degradation. Red wolves and even bison use to roam the prairies along the upper Texas coast. Due to habitat and land use change, they are no longer found on the Refuge. However, there are still several other kinds of mammals on the Refuge. Some scurry along the weeds, while others climb and hide in trees. They may not be as visible as other wildlife on the Refuge, but they are there. Check out some of them below.

 

Native Mammals

 
 

Bobcat
(Photo by George Radecsky)
 


 
Coyote
(Photo by Joe Blackburn)
 

Human-Use

 
  

Cattle grazing on the Refuge

 
 
 

Invasive

 
  

Feral hogs on the Refuge

 
 

 



The Friends of Anahuac Refuge was established in 1997 as a 501(c)3 non-profit organization based in Anahuac, TX.

For questions, call the refuge office at 409-267-3337.

Email: FriendsofAnahuacRefuge@gmail.com


Mailing Address:

P.O. Box 1348

Anahuac, TX 77514

Refuge Office Address:

4017 FM 563, Anahuac, TX 77514

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