On the National Seashore, more than 380 species of birds have been documented. This is almost half of the total number of species documented in North America! The Seashore is located on the Central Flyway, a major migration route through which birds travel between North, Central, and South America. Depending on season, there is no telling what you might see!
A good pair of binoculars is a must for this tour! Spotting scopes can be useful as well during times of the year that birds congregate on the coastal prairie or Laguna Madre shoreline. Binoculars can be provided upon request. The National Geographic Field Guide to the Birds of North America is also an excellent and recommended publication.
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“In order to see birds it is necessary to become a part of the silence.”
— Robert Lynd
“There is an unreasonable joy to be had from the observation of small birds going about their bright, oblivious business.”
—Grant Hutchison, The Complete Lachlan
“To be standing together in a frosty field, looking up into the sky, marveling at birds and revelling in the natural world around us, was a simple miracle. And I wondered why we were so rarely able to appreciate it.”
— Lynn Thomson, Birding with Yeats: A Mother's Memoir
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