A Field Guide to the Birds of Texas: And Adjacent States
All the birds of Texas and most of those found in New Mexico, Oklahoma, Arkansas, and Louisiana are illustrated here in 60 plates that show key features. Descriptions of 542 species, silhouttes, and comparisons of similar species help with accurate identification.
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Adult Alaska America Austin Beeville belly bill black throat blackish blue breast Breeds locally brown Bushtit Canada Goose Canada south Casual cheeks coast color conspicuous crest crown dark Dowitcher DUCK dusky Edwards Plateau Eggs El Paso feathers Female Field marks finch flight FLYCATCHER Fort Worth Gallinule gray grayer GREBE greenish Gull Habitat:Open Habitat:Woodlands HAWK head HERON hill House Sparrow huffy HUMMINGBIRD Immature larger legs Male marshes MERGANSER Mexico Migrant Apr neck Nest notes ORIOLE pale Panhandle Paso PLOVER plumage prairies rare Resident Rio Grande delta Rockport rufous rusty San Antonio SANDPIPER sight record Similar species smaller Song south to Gulf Sparrow spotted Spotted Sandpiper Staked Plains streaked striped Summers Tanager TERN Texas thickets THRUSH Trans-Pecos tree U.S. south U.S. Texas U.S. Winters underparts Vireo Voice WARBLER whistle white patch white wing-hars white wing-patch whitish Winters south WOODPECKER WREN yellow yellowish