By: KD Seyffert
520 pages, Illus
The vast, open plains of the Texas Panhandle appear deceptively void of bird life, but subtle regional variations provide a rich array of avifauna. Of the approximately 600 species of bird sighted in Texas, more than two-thirds have been confirmed in the Texas Panhandle. Seyffert provides information on the birds' status, occurrence and nesting habits. Ten elegant line drawings also accompany the text.
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