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Bird watching in Laredo


Laredo is one of those border-towns settled in bird habitat, but some birds that are difficult to see in other border-towns, or in Texas in general, are relatively common occurrences here. Laredo's specialty is the cane-loving White-collared Seedeater, found especially in La Laja Ranch, but elsewhere besides. Unusual birds for the area, such as the Dark-eyed Junco and the Scrub Jay, can be found at the Texas A & M Laredo Campus.

Green Jays are also an easy find here, as are the Black Pheobe, the Olive Sparrow, the Pauraque, the Long-billed Thrasher, and the Anhinga. Other interesting species are the White-tipped Dove, all three American kingfishers, Lincoln's Sparrow, Audubon's Oriole, Blue-winged Teal, and the Verdin.

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Southern TexasSavor Laredo’s many colorful flavors, from its rich history to its unique culture where two worlds meet, creating an experience unlike anything else. This southern getaway is the ideal venue for an enticing menu of bargain buys of every kind. Just being in Laredo brings you close to Mexico, but if you desire an even closer look, go no further than San Bernardo Avenue. We look forward to extending a warm "Bienvenido a Laredo" to you.
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