The Longoria Unit of the Las Palomas Wildlife Management Area (WMA) comprises 373 acres that are a mosaic of old-growth trees, new and established habitat restoration sites, farm fields, and even food plots. The Longoria Unit was originally purchased as white-winged dove habitat, but represents a remnant tract of high quality woodlands and brush that provides a home for many plants and wildlife species unique to the region of Texas.
The Longoria Unit is located on FM 506, and can be reached from the north by traveling approximately 4 miles west and south from Sebastian, Texas, or from the south by traveling approximately 4 miles north of Santa Rosa, Texas. The closest commercial facilities for overnight lodging can be found in Harlingen. For more information about dove hunting at the Longoria Unit or other public hunting lands in Texas, call the Las Palomas WMA Headquarters at 956-565-1223.
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