Country Inn & Suites By Carlson, Harlingen
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Travel Blogs from Harlingen
... our walk down towards the Rio Grande we heard LESSER NIGHTHAWKS doing their toad-like trills. Once at the bank of the Rio grande we did a little work on our Mexico lists adding Kingbirds, cowbirds, mockingbirds, altamira oriole, kites, kiskadee, vulture and some doves to our Mexican bird lists. As we headed back towards the visitor center we added our first confirmed TROPICAL KINGBIRD (these can be hard to tease out from all the COUCH's KINGBIRDS ...
... GREEN JAYS, PLAIN CHACHALACAS, and WHITE-TIPPED DOVES. Overall, we had close to 80 species here adding most of the specialties.
After donating over a pint of blood to the ravenous skeeters...we decided to dodge the thunderstorm and head out towards our next destination. What happened next...well...let's just say it was a long couple of hours. We basically ended up driving over to Sabal Palms Grove in what only ...
Not much to say about today as we spent a fair bit of time in the car again trying to position ourselves for the final 2.5 days in the Rio Grande...SHOULD BE EPIC!
We started off at Anahuac again, thinking we might have a shot at hearing both BLACK and YELLOW RAILS...yeah, we were wrong...no rails for us. As we drove out of the refuge, we were seeing large numbers of ORCHARD ORIOLES so we thought we had better get to Smith Oaks to see if there ...
... and Chris from Corunna, Steve and Kita from Picton, Jim and Alice from Ste. Anne MB., Dale and Barb from Sioux Falls S.D., Joy Clark from Creola OH, Don and Debbie, Nic and Rosanne, and Mike and Jane, all from Lake of the Ozarks, plus numerous others that drifted in and out of our lives as Winter Texans.
A lot of these people came to visit us on our last day, and again as we were leaving the park in the morning. I had become quite friendly with the Latino fellow that cleaned ...
... where he lives, this was probably a defensive move to preserve his
life. Riding the busses in the south amongst the Latinos is much safer by far
then driving a car, and or taking a cab. You know what they say “add steering
wheel, instant *******”! I really don’t know a lot about Argentina, does
not appear on the internet news that often, so it must be pretty good down
there. I don’t know, just thinking out loud, and not for ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services