South Texas Bird Watching
According to the latest checklists, 510 species and four sub-species of birds can be found in just the four counties of the Lower Rio Grande Valley. This is more than any other region in the country! Rare species include the Green Jay, Hook-Billed Kite, White-Collared Seed Eater, Great Kiskadee, Tamaulipas Crow, Brown Jay, Couch’s Kingbird and Ringed Kingfisher. Coastal Great Blue and Little Blue Herons, cranes, white and brown pelicans and Roseate Spoonbills abound.
Rest and Relaxation
We hope you visit Atascosa Outlook South Texas Bed and Breakfast for your next birding experience. We have comfortable Arroyo City rentals, and many alluring birds can be seen among our floral landscape.
Take a visual tour through our Arroyo City rentals. Click on the units below.
What Surprises are in Store?
Whether you plan to fish on the bay or from our lighted fishing pier, Atascosa Outlook will help you get the rest and relaxation required for reeling in your next big catch. Read more.
This is the only region in the United States where white wing dove may be taken. Larger game such as white-tailed deer, wild turkey, javelina, nelgui, and quail may also be taken at hunting leases in the area. Read more.
Bed and Breakfast Video – Arroyo City
Wildlife abounds in this unique Tip of Texas! The 88,000 acre Laguna Atascosa National Wildlife Refuge surrounds the area and the north entrance at Adolph Thomae County Park is 5 miles away. The Santa Ana National Wildlife Refuge and the South Padre Island National Seashore are pleasant drives from Arroyo City. The Lower Rio Grande Valley is also home to some of Texas’ best state parks. These include Bentsen-Rio Grande Valley, Estero Llano Grande, and Resaca de la Palma. The World Birding Center (WBC) has satellite locations in many valley cities, the closest being Harlingen.