Wauer describes a typical year in the natural life of South Texas. Using selected entries from his weekly column in the Victoria Advocate newspaper, he discusses numerous topics for each month, from the first appearance of butterflies in January, to alligators making a comeback in July, to the Christmas bird count in December.
I believe this book will be read and enjoyed even by those who have ventured no further afield than a chigger bite as a casualty of a backyard barbecue. -David H. Riskind, Director, Natural Resources Program, Texas Parks and Wildlife
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