Nov 172012
 
Northern Cardinal - Cold Day

A male Northern Cardinal observed on the first really cold day of fall in Corinth, Texas. Observation Details County – Denton City – Corinth Date – Oct 27, 2012 Time of Day – Morning Temperature – Cold (less than 50°F/10°C) Weather – Clear Habitat – Undeveloped-Vacant Lot Type of Behavior – Roaming Gender – Male

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Nov 042012
 
White-winged Dove - Early Morning

White-winged Doves observed in Corinth, Texas. This is what Wikipedia has to say about White-winged Doves: The White-winged Dove (Zenaida asiatica) is a dove whose native range extends from the south-western USA through Mexico, Central America, and the Caribbean. In recent years with increasing urbanization and backyard feeding, it has expanded throughout Texas and into

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Nov 042012
 
Northern Mockingbird - Blue Skies

Northern Mockingbirds observed in Corinth, Texas. Observation Details County – Denton City – Corinth Date – Oct 20, 2012 Time of Day – Morning Temperature – Cool (50-69°F/10-21°C) Weather – Clear Habitat – Undeveloped-Vacant Lot Type of Behavior – Roaming Gender – Uncertain Maturity – Adult Observer – Chris Jackson Main Article – Northern Mockingbird

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Nov 042012
 
Northern Cardinal - Male and Female

A male and female Northern Cardinal observed in Corinth, Texas. Observation Details County – Denton City – Corinth Date – Oct 20, 2012 Time of Day – Morning Temperature – Cool (50-69°F/10-21°C) Weather – Clear Habitat – Undeveloped-Vacant Lot Type of Behavior – Roaming Gender – Mixed Maturity – Adult Observer – Chris Jackson Main

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Oct 282012
 
Red-tailed Hawk - Corinth

A Red-tailed Hawk perched on power line pole in Corinth, Texas Observation Details County – Denton City – Corinth Date – Sep 3, 2012 Time of Day – Morning Temperature – Hot (greater than 89°F/32°C) Weather – Clear Habitat – Undeveloped-Vacant Lot Type of Behavior – Surveying Gender – Uncertain Maturity – Adult Observer –

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