Frontera Audubon

15-acres of natural beauty

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Our Mission


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.

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The Thicket’s Early Days

The Thicket’s Early Days

Apr 4, 2016 | No Comments

One day recently I was poking around and exploring the perimeter of the Thicket behind the neighborhood pool. I felt like a kid exploring the brushland behind my Grandma’s house, a dense, impenetrable forest. This quiet, seemingly-forgotten area is held back by a wrought iron fence, flanked by neighboring houses and the Thicket trail beyond. […]

Rare Birds at Frontera Audubon

Rare Birds at Frontera Audubon

Feb 18, 2016 | No Comments

This male Blue Bunting has been seen at Frontera Audubon since late January. It has been reported nearly everyday since. This is a life bird for many of our visitors who have traveled far and wide to see it. Another rarity in the park is the ¬†female Crimson-collared Grosbeak (also seen nearly everyday) since late […]

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