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Butterflies- The Flowers that Fly!

Robert Frost called them…”flowers that fly and all but sing”….   For many people butterflies symbolize the free spirits of loved ones who have...

Our Nonvenomous Diamondback Water Snake

What?  No birds this time?  Nope!  We are switching to a creature that strikes fear in many people.  Some won’t even read this article...

Where Happy Little Bluebirds Fly

It’s a famous song from a famous movie, the Wizard of Oz.  But we don’t have to go “over the rainbow” to see bluebirds...

American White Pelicans

“A wonderful bird is the pelican His bill can hold more than his belican. He can take in his beak Food enough for a...

Cormorants – The Boys Are Back In Town!

Where there are fish, there are cormorants. Cormorants are here all year long, but thousands more migrate down and gather in our Texas lakes...

Osprey – The Elegant Raptor

Also known as a Sea Hawk or a River Hawk, the osprey is a very successful raptor, and the species we have in our...

Great Blue Heron – The Really Big Bird!

One of the most splendid and fierce birds around our local waterways is the Great Blue Heron.  Their size and coloring give them their...

Carolina Wrens – Little Brown Jobs

In the birding world small brown birds are sometimes lumped together and called Little Brown Jobs, or LBJs for short.  Our local wrens fall...

Flycatchers & the Texas Bird-of-Paradise

Flycatchers migrate into our area to spend spring and summer.  Scissor-tails, Eastern Phoebes, Eastern Kingbirds, and many others.  They mate, nest and raise their...

Celebrating Our American Bald Eagle

Every July we like to remind folks about our splendid East Texas American Bald Eagles – the symbol of our nation’s independence and strength. ...

Butterflies- The Flowers that Fly!

Robert Frost called them…”flowers that fly and all but sing”….   For many people butterflies symbolize the free spirits of loved ones who have...

Our Nonvenomous Diamondback Water Snake

What?  No birds this time?  Nope!  We are switching to a creature that strikes fear in many people.  Some won’t even read this article...

Where Happy Little Bluebirds Fly

It’s a famous song from a famous movie, the Wizard of Oz.  But we don’t have to go “over the rainbow” to see bluebirds...

American White Pelicans

“A wonderful bird is the pelican His bill can hold more than his belican. He can take in his beak Food enough for a...

Cormorants – The Boys Are Back In Town!

Where there are fish, there are cormorants. Cormorants are here all year long, but thousands more migrate down and gather in our Texas lakes...

Osprey – The Elegant Raptor

Also known as a Sea Hawk or a River Hawk, the osprey is a very successful raptor, and the species we have in our...

Great Blue Heron – The Really Big Bird!

One of the most splendid and fierce birds around our local waterways is the Great Blue Heron.  Their size and coloring give them their...

Carolina Wrens – Little Brown Jobs

In the birding world small brown birds are sometimes lumped together and called Little Brown Jobs, or LBJs for short.  Our local wrens fall...

Flycatchers & the Texas Bird-of-Paradise

Flycatchers migrate into our area to spend spring and summer.  Scissor-tails, Eastern Phoebes, Eastern Kingbirds, and many others.  They mate, nest and raise their...

Celebrating Our American Bald Eagle

Every July we like to remind folks about our splendid East Texas American Bald Eagles – the symbol of our nation’s independence and strength. ...

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