Category:Fauna of the U.S. Rio Grande Valleys
- Fauna of the Rio Grande Valleys — animals native to the 3 valley sections of the Rio Grande−Rio Bravo, a major river in northeastern Mexico and the United States.
- The three ecologically distinct sections of the Rio Grande−Rio Bravo river valleys are located in: western−central New Mexico (U.S.); along the border of southwestern Texas (U.S.) and northern Chihuahua state (Mexico); and along the border in extreme southern Texas and northern Tamaulipas state (Mexico), named the Rio Grande Valley, to its mouth at the Gulf of Mexico.
- Big Bend National Park is noted for its Chihuahuan Desert and migratory bird species in the river's riparian zone and surrounding mountains.
This category has only the following subcategory.
- ► Birds of the U.S. Rio Grande Valleys (69 P)
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