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Mo Sheppo’s Guide to Identifying Native Texas Birds, Part 8

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Mo Sheppo’s Guide to Identifying Native Texas Birds, Part 7

Mo says these are Native Texas Doves. They look sort of like pigeons and maybe gulls. But they are identifiable by their proximity to Native Texas Possums. Sometimes I think Mo is making stuff up. But she has Big Binoculars, … Continue reading

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Mo Sheppo’s Guide to Identifying Native Texas Birds, Part 6

The crested caracara is easy to spot because of his bow tie and jaunty hat. Although I personally wouldn’t mind if they became extinct. Because I’ve always like the idea of going along without a caracara in the world …

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The most terrifying words a male can hear

We’re on the boardwalk on our way back from communing with the birds. It was a good day. Lots of skimmers, with one little choreographed dance that makes you remember why watching birds is so much fun. A couple with … Continue reading

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Just another Mo and Gary outing in 10 easy steps

1. We set out to see the Leonabelle Turnbull Birding Center. It appears to have a great boardwalk for watching birds and is the home of Boots the Alligator. It’s a lazy October day and we’re looking for an opportunity  to … Continue reading

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Mo Sheppo’s Guide to Identifying Native Texas Birds, Part 5

Most easily identified by his unusual taste in music. We think the exotic musical instrument is brought back from whatever dark, desolate place he goes north to in the winter. Oklahoma, perhaps.

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