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Birding Trails: Texas Prairies and Pineywoods, Panhandle

World / Checklist Wildlife Guide Out of Print
By: Jim Foster
376 pages, 200+ colour photos, colour maps
Birding Trails: Texas
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  • Birding Trails: Texas ISBN: 9781932098907 Paperback Nov 2011 Out of Print #196307
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Texas is one of the outstanding birding states, with over 400 species of birds. "Texas Birding Trails" features 220 birding trails and locations. Jim Foster, a noted birder, describes each trail with a list of key birds, the best time of year to visit the site, directions, terrain and size of the area, and complete directions to each trail. There are over 200 full-color photos of the key species of birds and over 30 trail maps and a birder's check list.

The Panhandle has 51 birding sites with a number of key birds: golden-fronted woodpecker, bald eagle, sandhill crane, scissor-tail flycatcher, pyrrhuloxia, burrowing owl as well as 20 species of ducks and many more birds. The Prairies and Pineywoods-West has 90 trails or sites with many key birds such as the spotted towhee, yellow-throated vireo, tundra swan, Bewick's wren, orchard oriole, the western kingbird and many more. The Prairies and Pineywoods-East has 79 birding trails and an opportunity to see the pileated woodpecker, red-shouldered hawk, greater roadrunner, red-eyed vireo, greater-crested flycatcher and many more. Birding is big in Texas, with over 2.5 million resident birders and thousands of non-resident birders who visit the state each year. Texas is one of the top five birding states in the U.S. with over 400 different species of birds. Currently, there are over 48 million birders in the country of which 20 million travel an average of 14 days each year to pursue their birding passion. "Texas Birding Trails" is a "must" book for both Texas and non-resident birders who want to see and record the many unusual birds.

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World / Checklist Wildlife Guide Out of Print
By: Jim Foster
376 pages, 200+ colour photos, colour maps
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"[...] Birding Trails: Texas: Prairies and Pineywoods, Panhandle has some issues, but it should still be of use to resident and visiting birders of this region. If you’re visiting for a short time or primarily for something other than birding, the information on the Great Texas Wildlife Trails website should be sufficient. But for longer, dedicated birding trips I’d want to have this book with me."
- Grant McCreary (21-10-2012), read the full review at The Birder's Library

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