Birds of Central Texas: A Guide to Common & Notable Species (Quick Reference Guides) | Pamphlet
by Greg Lasley (Author)
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Quick Reference Publishing, Inc.
September 01, 2009
• QRP 0107 Birds of Central Texas
Product Description A 12 panel fold out, laminated, waterproof guide to the common and notable birds species of central Texas, roughly defined as the area between Waco and San Antonio as well as extending well into the Texas Hill Country to the west and into the Blackland Prairie Country to the east toward Houston. The guide is geared toward B62 or nature observer and provides some of the basic information helpful to identify the 119 species covered. Each species is illustrated with a color photo, typically of a male, and contains basic information about the size of the bird, its habitat, identifying features and season to be expected. This handy guide will easily fit into a shirt pocket or glove compartment so you will always have the information with you. Biography: Greg Lasley is a nationally known birder and nature photographer and has studied Texas birds for more than 35 years. He lives in Austin and travels the state regularly. His photos have appeared in hundreds of publications.
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