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.
Did You Know?
The Dagger Flat Auto Trail is an eight-mile improved dirt road, open to cars. The road ends in a hidden valley where the giant dagger yuccas grow 15-20 feet high. In March and April of some years, clusters of white flowers weighing up to 70 pounds cap these giants. More...