Frontera Audubon

15-acres of natural beauty

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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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Temporary Part Time Position Available Now!

Jul 8, 2016 | No Comments

Part Time Walking Program Coordinator Position Description The Organization The Frontera Audubon is a 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 […]

Frontera Audubon opposes Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) terminals near the Bahia Grande

Frontera Audubon opposes Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) terminals near the Bahia Grande

Jun 27, 2016 | No Comments

By Jim Chapman Most people associate Frontera Audubon with “The Thicket,” the 15 acre jewel of protected habitat, walking trails, and historical Skaggs House in Weslaco. But for over 30 years, even before the Thicket was born, Frontera members have actively worked to acquire and protect other remnants of habitat in the RGV, and to […]

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