Category Archives: Roseate Spoonbill

Wood Storks, Roseate Spoonbills And Great Egret On Drying Pond Of Lake Houston

This post will contain lots of pictures so give the page a little time to load. Yesterday as Leecy and I were driving back from the grocery store, I noticed a large flock of water birds in this pond on Lake Houston.  When I say pond, it’s a pond now because of the drought, but […]

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Anahuac National Wildlife Refuge: The Birds

Despite my car mishap yesterday, I really did enjoy going to the Anahuac National Wildlife Refuge.  I would have spent at least a few more hours there if it wasn’t for my car. Anyway, if you are looking for an amazing variety of birds, you can’t go wrong visiting this place. One of the first […]

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Willow Waterhole And Roseate Spoonbill

I found a new place today to find some very interesting birds.  It’s called Willow Waterhole and it is a storm water detention basin designed to reduce flood damage but also serves as a nature preserve. It’s in Southwest Houston and it is tough to find the exact location.  The Houston Chronicle (local newspaper) recently […]

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