Birder's guide to Texas
For Texas residents and visitors alike, this book is your best guide to the outstanding birding opportunities in the Lone Star State. It reveals where you can find resident, migrant, and rare birds. Explicit driving directions, maps, checklists, and detailed descriptions of hot birding sites make this book the perfect guide for nature lovers, casual bird observers, Life List compilers, and dedicated ornithologists.
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This book describes places where a birder gan see a suite of birds unique to Texas and the surrounding area, usually with a few species hadrd to find elsewhere. There are maps for directions to each site.
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American American White Pelican Ash-throated Flycatcher bird checklist birders birds Black-throated Bluebird boat ramp Bushtit camping Canyon Cassin's Common Common Moorhen Common Poorwill County Creek Crested Caracara Curve-billed Thrasher drive east drive north drive west Duck Eagle Eastern Edwards Plateau egrets entrance Falcon fishing Flycatcher grasslands Greater Roadrunner Grebe Grosbeak Gull habitat Hawk headquarters Heron hiking trails hot showers Hummingbird Kingbird Kingfisher Ladder-backed Woodpecker Lake large numbers Lesser Goldfinch Long-billed Longspurs Loop marsh migration miles south miles to FM Mississippi Kite Mountain National Wildlife Refuge Northern northwest Nuthatch Oriole P.O. Box Painted Bunting park picnicking Pine Plover ponds Prairie Pyrrhuloxia recorded residents restrooms with hot River road Sandpiper shorebirds Sparrow species is available spring Subfamily summer surface acres Swainson's Tanager Tern Thrasher Towhee turn left turn right Verdin Vermilion Flycatcher Vireo Warbler waterfowl Western White-tailed winter Wood woodlands Woodpecker Wren