We toured The Laguna Atascosa National Wildlife Refuge With the Kahligs and tour guides in an open air tram which was a lot of fun. We we able to spot quite a few species of animals and birds and those we could't find we were able to see in their museum.We were able to see an aplomado falcon which the guide was very excited about because he said they are very rare to find. The refuge is known to be a habitat for the Ocelot which is a small wild cat found only in deep south Texas. They find food and shelter in thorny trees and shrubs which are abundant thru out the refuge. We were not able to spot one in the wild but did get a picture from the museum. The refuge is also home to an asian antelope introduced from India to Texas in the 1920's as an exotic animal but in now becoming a nuisance to the cattle industry due to being a carrier of a fever tick. We were able to see several groups on our tour. We also saw numerous local birds and deer.Another great day!