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This DVD shows you exactly why South Texas is one of the best places for a birding trip. It features many of the special birds that can’t be found anywhere else in the United States and shows you just how exciting the birding can be in winter at various wetlands, lagoons, state parks and feeding stations.  

The best sites - covers all the best birding locations from Falcon Dam in the west, down to South Padre Island on the coast, visiting all the best sites in between.

The best birds –  enjoy footage of no less than 125 species including most of the best birds in the Rio Grande Valley such as orioles, kiskadees, kingfishers, jays, woodpeckers and lots of gulls, waders, terns and waterfowl, all filmed using high-definition digital video cameras. We saw and filmed so many birds that this film is longer than usual (90 minutes) but, don’t worry, it’s still the same price.

The best informationfind out more about the sites and their birds, getting the best possible idea of which sites should be prioritised on your next trip.

This film shows exactly what it’s like to visit the Lower Rio Grande Valley in winter. You’ll see footage of the most exciting species, you’ll get an idea of what each of the sites is like and you’ll learn more about the area and its birds.

Running time: 90 minutes

More information

The sites featured in the DVD are also included in the ‘Birding Sites’ section of this website which includes a separate section on birding sites in South Texas


Here’s a 2-minute trailer to give a flavour of what’s on the DVD

Finding Birds in South Texas

These images are freeze-frames from the DVD Finding Birds in South Texas

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The book of the film

This DVD has been produced in conjunction with a book of the same title so it’s easy to find out all you need about every site in the film. The DVD is ideal for showing you each place and its birds and the book is perfect for giving you lots more information, including detailed maps, in a portable format – together they make the complete guide.

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