Tag: birds


A Texas Native Recovers

 Not long before the first European (Viking) explorations in North America, condors were still present in Texas. As published by U. S. National Museum, Washington, D. C., November 2S, 1932, ALEXANDER WETMORE and HERBERT FRIEDMANN


Farmland Birds in France Are in Steep Decline

Scientists involved in long-running regional and national bird-counting surveys in France have reported precipitous declines in agricultural regions, even among common birds such as blackbirds that are well adapted to human activity and do well


Arizona’s Gambel’s Country

Far-West Texas is the Eastern limit of this amazing and beautiful gamebird. Gambel’s Quail need brushy habitat which gets grazed. So landowners considering brush and cattle removals should understand this: No brush, no cows, no