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  1. Eastern Meadowlark.jpg

    Eastern Meadowlark.jpg

    Eastern Meadowlark (Sturnella magna lilianae) “Lilian’s Meadowlark”.
  2. Says Phoebe, Davis Mountains.jpg

    Says Phoebe, Davis Mountains.jpg

    Say’s Phoebe (Sayornis saya saya).
  3. Blanco Viznagita

    Blanco Viznagita

    Blanco Viznagita also known by many other common names (Echinomastus intertextus: Cactaceae) Photographed in the foothills of the Davis Mountains, north of Alpine, Brewster County, Texas, USA. Mountain savannah area with mixed desert grasslands interspersed with oaks at ca. 1,402 m (4,600 ft)...
  4. Claret Cup Cactus

    Claret Cup Cactus

    Claret Cup (Echinocereus coccineus: Cactaceae) Sixteen species are represented from the genus Echinocereus in Texas with a host of infraspecific taxa. Sixteen species of the genus Echinocereus is represented in Texas with a host of infraspecific taxa. I have watched hummingbirds perch on the...
  5. Loggerhead Shrike

    Loggerhead Shrike

    Loggerhead Shrike (Lanius ludovicianus subsp. excubitorides) Sexes similar. Photographed in the Davis Mountains between Fort Davis and Alpine, Jeff Davis County, Texas, USA. Situated in the Trans-Pecos Vegetational Area. Foothills of the Davis Mountains with desert grasslands interspersed with...
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