Welder Wildlife birding
Welder Wildlife Refuge Birding Trip
Welder Wildlife Foundation
Is there a nature lover in your life? If so, listen up. From the Welder Wildlife Foundation comes this one day guided birding trip for up to ten people at the Welder Wildlife Refuge just north of Sinton. It’s valued at six hundred dollars.
Bring a picnic lunch and eight to twelve friends for a guided tour of the refuge and the Welder Wildlife Foundation Headquarters. You’ll explore many of the refuge’s sixteen plant communities that provide habitat for the more than three hundred and seventy species of birds that are migrants or residents. In addition, you may see alligators, javelinas, white-tailed deer—maybe even a bobcat. You’ll also get to see the massive collection of bird specimens donated by premier taxidermist Don Bowman, featuring specimens of two extinct birds.
The winning bidder will tour the facilities on a weekday with advance notice needed. Blackout dates for this item are from December 15, 2014 through
January 3, 2015. This offer expires May 31, 2015. It is not exchangeable.
Find out just how beautiful South Texas is with this Welder Wildlife Refuge Birding Trip, valued at six hundred dollars and donated by the Welder Wildlife Foundation.