South Texas Birds

One of my favorites: The Caracara, which means “Faceface” in Spanish. Doesn’t it? Well named!DSC00153.jpg

And stilts. How about those legs!DSC01222.jpg

Green jays are common along the Nueces River.IMG_1843.jpg

And scissor-tailed flycatchers. Wow!Scissortail.jpg

Black-bellied plovers are in the Gulf bays.DSC02736.jpg

Author: Samuel A. Johnson

This blog is about hiking, thinking, and writing.

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