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Birds of Northeast Texas

By: Matt White
132 pages, 30 col photos
Birds of Northeast Texas
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  • Birds of Northeast Texas ISBN: 9781585441921 Hardback Jul 2002 Usually dispatched within 1 week
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Annotated guide to the 390 species of birds, that have been recorded in the 22 counties of northeast Texas. Brief introductory chapters describe the area's geography and habitats and recommend the best birdwatching sites. Species accounts explain each species' status, distribution, and period of occurrence in the region.

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MATT WHITE is a contributing editor to Texas Birds, published by the Texas Ornithological Society, and a sub-regional editor for North American Birds, published by the American Birding Association. White teaches American history at Paris Junior College. He now lives in Campbell, Texas.
By: Matt White
132 pages, 30 col photos
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