Category Archives: Quintana Neotropical Bird Sanctuary

The Birds Of Quintana Texas Part Two

This is part two of my vacation to Quintana, Texas.  The following pictures weren’t actually taken at the Quintana Neotropical Bird Sanctuary, but instead were taken at either the San Bernard National Wildlife Refuge or the Brazoria National Wildlife Refuge.  Both are very close to where I was staying in Quintana so that is why […]

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The Birds Of Quintana Texas Part One

I just got back from vacation in Quintana, Texas.  I went to take pictures of the Spring bird migration at the Quintana Neotropical Bird Sanctuary.  I was fortunate enough to again meet up with Greg Lavaty, who is one of the premier bird photographers in Texas. The first day was rather overcast, and I wasn’t […]

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Vacationing And Birding In Quintana Texas Part Two

Here is part 2 of my vacationing and birding trip to Quintana. First is a Field Sparrow sitting in a tree.  Their were others on its species just outside the frame of this picture. Another small bird I saw who appeared pretty tired was a White Throated Sparrow hiding in a bunch of twigs (at […]

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Vacationing And Birding In Quintana Texas Part One

Sorry I haven’t posted in a while.  I just got back from taking a 3 day vacation in Quintana, Texas.  Quoting their web page, “Quintana is an island located between the mouth of the Old Brazos River and the New Brazos River on the Texas Gulf Coast.”  My purpose in going there was just to […]

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