ABC 13 | Deborah Wrigley
Development has created more opportunities for Houston, but it also costs land that wildlife used to call home.But, in southwest Houston, near South Post Oak, it's coming back. As it turns out, all it needed was a little space courtesy of a flood control project.
As Houston is waking up to another day, the residents of Willow Waterhole are already fed and watered, and looking for more. And for birdwatchers, it's a sight to behold. It is a wildlife photographer's dream.
More than a hundred varieties of birds from colorful cardinals and warblers to hawks and their chicks, combined with herons and seagulls, is what makes Willow Waterhole such an unusual concentration of so many different birds.