About the Sanctuary

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Sabal Palm Sanctuary
The Sanctuary sits on a 527-acre tract of land on the Rio Grande in Brownsville, search Texas and is one of the most uniquely biodiverse habitats in the country, containing one of the last vestige of original Sabal Palm forest in the U.S. The Sanctuary provides breeding habitat for many endangered or high-priority birds and is a critical source of shelter and food for migrating and wintering species.
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