Birds of Central Texas: 264 in One Day!

This video is from the Cornell Ornithological Laboratory.  See what a team of crack bird watchers spotted in one day of April 2012 near San Antonio, Uvalde, and Houston!

Texas is a great migratory highway for birds from North and South America. Ancient people of the Lower Pecos probably knew many of these birds (except the ocean shore birds), plus a good many others that only inhabit the western part of the state.  How many can you name?

Recommended Links:

http://www.birds.cornell.edu

http://www.allaboutbirds.org

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