Thursday, November 01, 2012

Birding At Falcon State Park In Texas

Good morning folks.  What a beauty of a morning.  It is about 80 and no wind.
I must say Falcon State Park in on top of our list for "birding".
Tom had a fish fry dinner last night.  Even Carlos, the park superintendent, had dinner with the 5 of us boondockers. 
The Camp Host is also A1.  They have feeders all around them , in the visitors center area.  Their pet "roadrunner" was on the friendly side.    He is a ground-running bird.  They are very common in the southwestern desert.  
The Cardinal are very common in the east and southwest.
The Orange-Crowned Warbler is seen in low leafy thickets.
The Black-Crested Titmouse they interbreed with the Tufted Titmouse.  They are found in parts of Texas and southwest Oklahoma.
The Green Jay is found in the Texas area only.  They are found in the woods along the banks, parks, suburbs and dry brush-lands in Texas.

Hope you all enjoy these photos.  Have more to post in next posting.  Kitfoxgal

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