Texas has a handful of especially large birds like eagles, cranes, herons, and hawks. So which one is officially the largest in the state?
Texas officially has 17 documented species of owls. Here are tips and locations for seeing each one.
Grab your binoculars and a light jacket, and head to one of these hotspots for a guaranteed productive several hours of fall birding.
What's the minimum amount you really need to get started? How much do other people spend? Here's the straightforward answers.
The Texas Hill Country: known for its scenic rolling hills, crystal clear rivers, and endangered Golden-cheeked Warbler. Here's the best places to go birding in central Texas.
With the right mix of plants, hummingbirds will love your yard from March all the way through October.
Love having birds around but don’t want to put up feeders ? You can still create your personal bird sanctuary with some planning and smart strategy.
The best places to see Whooping Cranes in Texas are Aransas National Wildlife Refuge and Goose Island State Park at Big Tree. A boat tour will get you even closer.
Birds are creatures of habit. With the right information, you can predict what time they'll stop by your feeders for a meal.
More bird species have been seen here than any other U.S. national park. From the Colima Warbler to navigating the park, here's what birders need to know.