Your Guide to Texas Birding

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Texas officially has 16 documented species of woodpecker. Most are regulars in local parks, but some are only found in specialized locations.

Texas officially has 18 documented species of hawk. This excludes similar birds of prey like kites, falcons, and eagles. Of those 18, …

Winter is the most popular birding season here. Diversity and numbers are highest during spring, while fall brings large groups of migrants. Summers are oppressively hot.

These seven state parks guarantee a great morning of birding, and will have you coming back for more.

A guide to the most sought-after Rio Grande Valley species, and the easiest places to find them.

Texas officially has 17 documented species of owls. Here are tips and locations for seeing each one.