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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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