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Friends of Texas Wildlife- Bald Eagles

Bald Eagles Bald eagles are very distinctive with their white head and tail feathers and dark brown feathers covering the rest of their body.  They...

Why Does My Night Owl Think It’s an Early Bird?

Why Does My Night Owl Think It’s an Early Bird? We’ve all heard the expressions “night owl” and “early bird”.  Most of the wildlife animals...

Time to Head South: Gulf Coast Bird Observatory

With temperatures still soaring in our area, it’s hard to think about fall but birds know it’s time for their fall migration. So, exactly...

Blue Jays – Bold, Brash, Boisterous, and Beautiful

What are loud, aggressive, boisterous, and blue.  All are adjectives we use to describe blue jays (Cyanocitta cristata). Here in East Texas, we share...

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...

Friends of Texas Wildlife: Is That a Baby Owl?

We are fortunate in our part of Texas to have four different types of owls that can be found.  Quite often at our intake...

It’s a Bird…It’s a Crane. No, It’s a Heron

We certainly have a wide variety of wading birds in our area, both permanent residents as well as migratory birds.  Quite often, we have...

Spring & Summer; The Birds are Nesting!

As we move from spring into summer, no doubt you will continue to see lots of busy backyard birds and hear them singing their...

The Northern Mockingbird -Texas State Bird

“Mockingbirds don't do one thing but make music for us to enjoy.  They don't eat up people's gardens, don't nest in corncribs, they don't...

Friends of Texas Wildlife- Bald Eagles

Bald Eagles Bald eagles are very distinctive with their white head and tail feathers and dark brown feathers covering the rest of their body.  They...

Why Does My Night Owl Think It’s an Early Bird?

Why Does My Night Owl Think It’s an Early Bird? We’ve all heard the expressions “night owl” and “early bird”.  Most of the wildlife animals...

Time to Head South: Gulf Coast Bird Observatory

With temperatures still soaring in our area, it’s hard to think about fall but birds know it’s time for their fall migration. So, exactly...

Blue Jays – Bold, Brash, Boisterous, and Beautiful

What are loud, aggressive, boisterous, and blue.  All are adjectives we use to describe blue jays (Cyanocitta cristata). Here in East Texas, we share...

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...

Friends of Texas Wildlife: Is That a Baby Owl?

We are fortunate in our part of Texas to have four different types of owls that can be found.  Quite often at our intake...

It’s a Bird…It’s a Crane. No, It’s a Heron

We certainly have a wide variety of wading birds in our area, both permanent residents as well as migratory birds.  Quite often, we have...

Spring & Summer; The Birds are Nesting!

As we move from spring into summer, no doubt you will continue to see lots of busy backyard birds and hear them singing their...

The Northern Mockingbird -Texas State Bird

“Mockingbirds don't do one thing but make music for us to enjoy.  They don't eat up people's gardens, don't nest in corncribs, they don't...

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