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* Covers 623 species of birds currently listed for Texas
* With expert descriptions of the occurrence of each species
* Plus convenient range maps and distribution details for each species
* Plus 140 color photographs by well-known bird photographers of Texas specialties, rarities, and species of conservation concern
A one-stop source of information on Texas birds, The TOS Handbook of Texas Birds is an essential companion for bird enthusiasts.
About the Author:
MARK W. LOCKWOOD is secretary of the TOS Texas Bird Records Committee and editor of the Texas regional report for North American Birds. He is a biologist at Texas Parks and Wildlife in Alpine, Texas, and the author of Birds of the Texas Hill Country and Learn About . . . Texas Birds. BRUSH FREEMAN is past vice president of the Texas Ornithological Society and a member of the Texas Bird Records Committee. He is a founding committee member of the Great Texas Birding Classic and in 1995, with Petra Hockey, set a state Big Year birding record. He lives in Elgin, Texas.
|List of Photographs||viii|
|The Texas List and Its Nomenclature||xv|
|Status and Abundance Definitions||xvii|
|Natural Areas of Texas||xix|
|An Annotated List of Species||1|
|Appendix A||Presumptive Species List||221|
|Appendix B||Non-accepted Species||223|
|Appendix C||Exotics and Birds of Uncertain Origin||227|
|Appendix D||List of Review Species||229|
Posted November 3, 2010
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