Birder's Guide to Texas

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Taylor Trade Publishing, Jan 1, 1998 - Nature - 408 pages
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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. Read full review

Contents

Llano Estacada
1
TransPecos
27
Rolling Plains
62
Edwards Plateau
91
Central Texas
118
Pineywoods
179
Gulf Coast
209
South Texas
268
Appendices
309
Index of Birds
363
Index of Locations
379
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About the author (1998)

Edward A. Kutac (1922–2009) was a past president of the Travis Audubon Society and the Texas Ornithological Society. He taught bird identification in Central Texas for many years.

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