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Magic along the Rio Grande

Few can dispute the importance of nature tourism in Texas, especially within the Rio Grande Valley. [caption id=”attachment_15896″ align=”alignright” width=”213″ caption=”Visitors to Santa Ana are often greeted with the raucous cry of the drab brown, scrawny-looking, turkey-like bird called a plain chachalaca, a bird that reaches its northern limits in the Valley. © Rex Vogel,…