Each of these species is evocative of Big Bend National Park. Each is a Southwestern U.S. species that spends much, if not all of the year in the park (doesn’t just migrate through). With some effort, each is observable within the park and is part of a classic group of Big Bend birds.
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The largest spider found in Big Bend National Park is the Tarantula. Males are often seen crossing the roads in late summer or early fall searching for a mate. More...