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South Texas National Wildlife Refuges March Nature Programs ALAMO, Texas—Santa Ana National Wildlife Refuge is hosting tons of activities this month such as our annual Hawk Watch and Eggstravanganza as well our Spring Break special events!
As usual TRAM tours will also be available daily AM, 12 PM, and 2PM.
Refuge Habitat Tour: Enjoy a 2 ½ hour guided tour through the coastal habitats including forest, prairie and the Laguna Madre. The refuge is located 14 miles east of Rio Hondo, TX on FM 106. We are located 7 miles south of Alamo, TX on FM 907 about 1/4 mile east on Hwy.
Thursdays through Mondays, PM – PM, and Saturdays 10 AM – PM. 281 For further information and/or directions, call the Refuge at 956-784-7500.
Signs of problems include evidence of bleeding, an increase in white blood cells (infection fighting cells), an increase in protein levels, or inflammation.
Before the spinal needle is inserted, the skin will be cleansed with an antiseptic and numbed with lidocaine. A spinal tap has more risks associated with it than most other tests.
This is one reason that doctors prefer to use "noninvasive" tests first, such as the MRI and CT scan.
The risks associated with a spinal tap include meningitis (infection of the spinal fluid) and the possibility of developing a spinal headache.
There is also a very small chance that the needle will cause bleeding around the spinal sac.
This is more of a risk if you are on medications that thin the blood and interfere with blood clotting.
Birding Tour: Experienced birders will take a van to refuge birding hot spots where private vehicles are not allowed. Nature Walk: Stroll the trails around the Visitor Center with a guide to explore the plants, birds and wildlife. Website: Friends Website: us on Facebook: Ana NWR The mission of the U. Fish and Wildlife Service is working with others to conserve, protect and enhance fish, wildlife, plants and their habitats for the continuing benefit of the American people.