Parking Lot Birding : A Fun Guide to Discovering Birds In Texas / By Jennifer L. Bristol.
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- ISBN: 9781623498511
- Physical Description: 239 pages 24 cm.
- Edition: First edition.
- Publisher: College Station : Texas A&M University Press, 
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Things to Know before You Go -- Houston/Galveston -- Piney Woods -- Dallas/Forth Worth -- Austin and Central Texas -- San Antonio and the Western Edwards Plateau -- Corpus Christi and the Coastal Bend -- Rio Grande Valley -- Trans-Pecos -- Lubbock and the Panhandle.
""Parking Lot Birding: A Fun Guide to Discovering Birds in Texas" is for people who would love to see a wide variety of birds without hiking the winding trails often associated with serious birding. Divided geographically, with each of the nine sections centered on a large urban area or defined ecoregion, each birding stop includes the name and address of a specific birding location, number of species that have been recorded in that location, and types of birding amenities offered. The parking area or the campus of a nature center often offers opportunities to see more birds easily. From those cleared spaces, the parking lot birder can peer into the habitats that the birds need to thrive-the thickets, woodlands, wetlands, or fields that extend beyond the manicured areas. We don't have to trek arduously into the hinterlands to have meaningful wildlife encounters"-- Provided by publisher.
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