Cover

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Title Page, Copyright Page

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pp. i-vi

Contents

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p. vii

List of Photographs

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pp. viii-x

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Acknowledgments

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pp. xi-xiv

This book reflects the efforts of ornithologists and birders alike who have reported their observations over the years. We thank everyone who has taken the time to submit sightings to the Texas Bird Records Committee (tbrc) and to...

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Introduction

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pp. 1-6

The Second Edition of The TOS Handbook of Texas Birds continues an effort to accurately refl ect the bird life of Texas that began with the fi rst edition of the Check- list of the Birds of Texas published by the Texas Ornithological...

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Natural Areas of Texas

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pp. 7-16

Texas can be divided into natural or ecological regions that are defi ned by geology and vegetation. For the purposes of this book, we have chosen to follow the natural area boundaries developed by the Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs of the University of Texas at Austin (1978). The Lyndon B. Johnson School divided the state into 11...

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Annotated List of Species

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pp. 17-350

Uncommon to locally common resident in the eastern twothirds of the state, generally becoming less common in winter. The population in Texas continues to increase, and that is also being expressed in wintering numbers. Blackbellied Whistling- Ducks primarily occur throughout the...

Appendix A: Presumptive Species List

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pp. 351-352

Appendix B: Non-Accepted Species

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pp. 253-356

Appendix C: Exotics and Birds of Uncertain Provenance

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pp. 357-360

Appendix D: List of Review Species

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pp. 361-364

Selected References

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pp. 365-388

Index

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pp. 389-405

Images

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pp. Image 1-Image 64

Back Cover

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