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The Enchanted Birds of Texas Blog #27 The Enchanted Birds of the Blog: Birding the Katy Prairie Back in mid-December several us headed west, into the fast-disappearing Katy Prairie. We started out at the viewing platform at Warren Lake, where […]
The avocado trees arrived today at both locations.
Enchanted Birds of the Blog: Brazos Bend State Park Revisited We had such a great time visiting and birding at BBSP on 11/16/13, we went back two weeks later on the 29th. Brazos Bend is always a great place to […]
Ken Davis works at Enchanted Forest and is an avid weather buff. Check out this interesting information from Ken.
March 27, 1984 arguably was as wild a day as we have ever seen in the state of Texas. A deep low was moving eastward across the state and the west southwest wind on the south side forced dry hot […]
Choose the right type for your needs. Beefsteak type tomatoes are large, juicy andare good for eating fresh or in salsa, other varieties will have a sweeter taste. Cherry tomatoes can be red or yellow, tangy or sweet, but they all […]
The Enchanted Birds of the Blog: Birding in Brazos Bend State Park Brazos Bend State Park is always a favorite destination for year-round birding. Located about 20 minutes south of Richmond/Rosenberg, it’s close enough to get to for a quick […]
Us true southern gardeners often only recognize the coming of spring when we begin to see the azaleas burst into color. There are some beautiful old azaleas around town that I admire each year. Most likely these azaleas have a […]
The Enchanted Birds of the Blog: Winter Prairie birds at Attwater’s Prairie Chicken National Wildlife Refuge (Continued) Breakfast at Tony’s in Sealy, November 2013 If there’s one thing I’ve learned about birding, it’s that it is much better after a […]
The Enchanted Birds of the Blog: Attwater’s Prairie Chickens & Gadwalls Our plan of attack for birding at the Attwater Prairie Chicken National Wildlife refuge on November 2nd, 2013. Breakfast at Tony’s Family Restaurant in Sealy, then head toward […]
The Enchanted Birds of the Blog: Port Arthur/Sabine shorebirds and passerines, continued In this blog entry we continue our exploration of the Port Arthur and Sabine Pass area for shorebirds and fall migration passerines. Highlighted on the map above are […]