Educational events are offered throughout the year at Frontera Audubon, and more info will be provided soon. Click here to get the info on our upcoming events.
Frontera Audubon is 15-acre nature preserve in the heart of the City of Weslaco in the Rio Grande Valley of South Texas providing a haven for birds, butterflies and other wildlife that thrive among the native habitats of its Tamaulipan Thornscrub forest, orchard butterfly garden, wetlands, and ponds.
Frontera Audubon Birdathon 2018!
Saturday, February 3, 2018, is the day that three teams will hit the road to find as many bird species as they can to raise money for Frontera Audubon in Weslaco!
Dine on the Lawn 2018: ¡Fiesta Frontera!
Frontera Audubon presents Dine on the Lawn: ¡Fiesta Frontera! on Thursday, May 3rd at 7 p.m. In its seventh year, the event will again feature the Rio Grande Valley Chapter of the Texas Chefs’ Association. Join us for festive food, friends and lots of fun!
Frontera Audubon is a unique, 15-acre urban nature preserve in South Texas that leads in the preservation of historical and naturally diverse environments. The mission of Frontera Audubon is to preserve and promote the natural and historical environment for the education and enjoyment of the community, serving the Rio Grande Valley of South Texas.
Frontera Audubon will be a pick-up location for the Yahweh All Natural Farm & Garden’s Food to U Basket Program CSA. Read on to see how you can sign up to pick up fresh produce weekly for your family. Everything is handled through Yahweh, therefore questions may be directed to Diana at 956-412-4916. Sign ups are […]