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Mountains, deserts, beaches, grasslands, swamps, riparian woodlands and coniferous forest can all be found and each holds its own variety of birds and other wildlife. Many restaurants, hotels and lodges are aimed at attracting birdwatchers. My wife, Terry West, and I spent the period May 27 - June 1 birding and driving through this wonderfully diverse state, mostly the latter it seems. All money raised goes to bird second chance checking rio grande valley conservation projects.

It is our ticket to the magnificent, rare and endangered Whooping Crane. A field trip is usually held the Saturday following each meeting.

A blog about birds and bugs seen by a couple who don't get around too well any more. I am a student at Texas Tech studying Wildlife Management.

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