Unique Bird Species Inhabit the Rio Grande Valley

Love to bird watch? We thought you might. Did you know the South Rio Grande Valley is one of the top birding destinations in the country? Come out to VIP – La Feria and see all the species that inhabit our area.

Screen shot 2014-11-08 at 5.38.06 PMThe Rio Grande Valley Birding Festival happened this weekend in Harlingen, and it attracted bird watchers from all over the country. With events like a 12-hour big sit and author signings, this event is one of the biggest of the year. If you missed it, you still have time to come out and see all the birds that make the South Rio Grande Valley a treasure trove of tropical species – many of which aren’t found anywhere else in the United States.

Some of the birds you’ll see are Green Jays, Plain Chachalacas, Ferruginous Pygmy Owls, Northern Beardless-Tyrannulets, Hook-Billed Kites and Gray Hawks. So whatever your birding heart desires, the Valley has it. Stay at VIP – La Feria as an economically efficient alternative to staying in a hotel.

Fly Over to VIP – La Feria


VIP – La Feria is nestled in the South Texas Rio Grande Valley, where you can enjoy mild winters and breathtaking sunsets. We welcome guests 55 and better, and we have been awarded the 2014 Texas Recreational Vehicle Association Medium-Size Park of the Year Award. We are the first park to win back-to-back years. Call (956) 797-1401 or visit our website to reserve your stay today.

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