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Texas Birding
May, 2001
- photos by Bob Miller


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OK, it's not a bird, but it eats them...



Furry, but still not a bird, it's a Javalina

   

Male tanagers are some of the most colorful birds in North America, with varying amounts of red.  The females and young are generally yellow to orange.

 
Female Summer Tanager

           


A fine-looking  water moccasin

 


Scissor-tailed Flycatcher



Almost Butterflies
    

 

This is the white phase of the Reddish Egret.


Reddish Egret along the coast

 


Laughing Gull

  

A pair of Laughing Gulls

 

Photos Bob Miller