South Texas Birds November 2018

Updated: Jun 20

Here is a sampling of the various birds that are in the Rio Grande Valley in Texas near the mexican border in the month of November. South Texas is the home to a large variety of species, and each year experiences 2 large migrations where hundreds of different species stop by while passing though.

Harris Hawk taking off.

The World Birding Center (WBC) has several sites, and the National Butterfly center is in the area with a birding area available also. Santa Ana National Wildlife refuge is also on the border, along with Estero Llano Grande State Park

Painted Bunting
Kiskadee
Cara Cara
A little snack - Great Egret
Now this is dinner!
Cara Cara in flight

Altmira Oriole

Cara Cara argue over a scrap of food

Black-crested titmouse
Cardinal and Blue Grosbeak

Kiskadee in flight

Harris hawk
Great White Heron or commonly know a white egret
Golden Fronted Woodpecker
Harris Hawk

Green Jay
Pyrrhuloxia
Golden Fronted Woodpecker

Green Jay in flight




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