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    • How cute am I?

    • How cute am I?
    • Aquatic birds; Aquatic environments; Birds; Environments (Natural); Game birds; Migratory birds; Ponds; Public access; Recreation; Rivers and streams; Waterfowl; Wildlife refuges; Wildlife viewing;
    • A Northern shoveler female duck poses for the camera with smiling eyes.
    • Beautiful Spanish moss.

    • Beautiful Spanish moss.
    • Arboreal environments; Environments (Natural); Foliage; Flowering plants; Plants; Public access; Recreation; Scenics; Tourism; Trees; Vegetation; Wildlife refuges;
    • Hanging from the trees, inviting all who pass by to admire the unique plant we call Spanish moss.
    • All Aboard?

    • All Aboard?
    • Automobiles; Birdwatching; Education; Education outreach; Employees (USFWS); Environmental education; Environments (Natural); Foliage; Interpretation; Leisure activities; Motor vehicles; Landscape photography; Personnel; Plants; Public access;...
    • Visitors are able to enjoy a tour of the refuge in open air comfort aboard the tour tram.
    • The bird that lives in this tree...

    • The bird that lives in this tree...
    • Birdwatching; Connecting people with nature; Education; Education outreach; Environmental education; Environments (Natural); Foliage; Interpretation; Leisure activities; Personnel; Plants; Public access; Recreation; Tourism; Trees; Vegetation;...
    • U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service volunteer talks with visitors about the species of bird living in the tree.
    • Ready to serve.

    • Ready to serve.
    • Buildings, facilities and structures; Connecting people with nature; Emblems; Icons; Interpretation; Leisure activities; Logo; Management; Personnel; Places (Human-made); Public access; Recreation; Recreation sites; Service patch; Signs;...
    • The ever helpful and dedicated volunteers are always there to make the most of your refuge experience.
    • Santa Ana National Wildlife Refuge sign.

    • Santa Ana National Wildlife Refuge sign.
    • Buildings, facilities and structures; Emblems; Logo; Places (Human-made); Plants; Public access; Recreation; Recreation sites; Service patch; Signs; Tourism; Vegetation; Visitor services; Wildlife refuges;
    • Planted among cacti and palms, the refuge sign beckons visitors, come play, enjoy, live a little.
    • Spanish moss on a tree

    • Spanish moss on a tree
    • Wildlife Refuges; Flowering plants; Landscape photography;
    • Spanish moss is a native, perennial epiphytic herb. It is not Spanish, nor a moss, but a flowering plant.
    • Visitors at the Santa Ana Cemetary

    • Visitors at the Santa Ana Cemetary
    • Wildlife Refuges; Visitor services; Tourism; Landscape photography; Connecting people with nature;
    • Within the refuge, a 100-year-old hand-hewn ebony fence surrounds tombs and unmarked graves at the cemetery
    • Northern Shoveler at Santa Ana National Wildlife Refuge

    • Northern Shoveler at Santa Ana National Wildlife Refuge
    • Wildlife Refuges; Waterfowl; Landscape photography;
    • These ducks prefer freshwater lakes, marshes and wetlands with muddy edges.The northern shoveler has the largest bill of any duck in North America. The bill is this bird's most prominent feature, and is longer than its head.
    • Nature Tram with visitors

    • Nature Tram with visitors
    • Wildlife Refuges; Work of the Service; Wildlife viewing; Visitor services; Adults; Landscape photography; Birdwatching;
    • The comfortable, open-air tram traverses the 7-mile wildlife drive in an hour and a half. It is led by knowledgeable guides and includes a stop at the historic cemetery and a view of the Rio Grande.

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