The Tos Handbook of Texas Birds
The TOS Handbook of Texas Birds provides authoritative annotations on the abundance, status, and distribution of all species encountered in Texas; lists rare, introduced, and hypothetical species in the appendices; and offers a comprehensive reference section.
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Accidental areas Balcones Escarpment birds breeding records Brewster County Cameron County central coast Coastal Prairies common summer resident Common to abundant Common to uncommon Davis Mountains documented records early April east eastern half eastern third Edwards Plateau El Paso County Fall migrants Flycatcher Galveston Gmelin Guadalupe Mountains Gull habitat Hidalgo County High Plains Hummingbird individuals inland late March Linnaeus Lower Rio Mexico mid-May migrant and winter migrant throughout migration periods north-central Texas northern Oberholser 1974 occur Panhandle Paso County Pineywoods Randall County rare migrant rare to casual rare to locally rare to uncommon rare winter resident rare winter visitor reported Review Species Rio Grande Valley Rolling Plains South Plains South Texas Brush southern Sparrow spring migrant subspecies tbrc Texas Brush Country TPRF Trans-Pecos Travis County uncommon migrant Uncommon to common Uncommon to locally uncommon to rare uncommon winter resident upper coast Val Verde County Vireo Warblers western Edwards Plateau