Texas Parks and Wildlife shared Tomi Rogers Newhouse's photo. What do you call a group of hummingbirds? They're migrating through Texas and our fans have been reporting their sightings

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Texas Parks and Wildlife shared Texas Parks and Wildlife - Tyler State Park's photo. Noticing more toads lately? What kid can resist...

Texas Parks and Wildlife shared Gary Stubbs's photo. A curious bobcat near Texas Parks and Wildlife - Martin Creek Lake State Park in east Texas

Texas Longhorn at Bayou Wildlife Park in Alvin, Texas

Texas Parks and Wildlife shared Jason Merlo's photo. Wish you were here? Honey Creek State Natural Area is adjacent to Guadalupe River State Park - Texas Parks & Wildlife near San Antonio.

Northern Cardinal by Texas Parks and Wildlife, via Flickr

Texas Parks and Wildlife What animal best represents Houston, which was incorporated 175 years ago today? (Follow Houston wildlife on Facebook at Texas Parks and Wildlife - Houston Urban Wildlife)

Bob Bullock Texas State History Museum, Austin, TX by John Rogers.

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Texas Parks and Wildlife shared Arlon Motsch's photo. A UV flashlight illuminates a scorpion at Texas Parks and Wildlife - Monahans Sandhills State Park in west Texas

Texas Parks and Wildlife‎ shared ‎Texas Parks and Wildlife - Lockhart State Park‎'s ‎photo‎. A mother scorpion with babies on her back checks in to Lockhart State Park:

Venomous Snakes of Texas - Texas Parks and Wildlife [Official]

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Texas Parks and Wildlife shared Texas Bumblebees's photo. Have you ever seen a black bee? The female Southern Carpenter Bees are all black, like this one spotted in San Antonio.

Texas Parks and Wildlife shared Luciano Guerra's photo. A Texas Tortoise ambles along a wildlife refuge in LaJoya, Tx. Native to south Texas, this unique reptile is a threatened species. In fact, it’s against the law to possess a Texas Tortoise.

Texas Parks and Wildlife shared Gail Clinton's photo. A male painted Bunting decked out in his colors in Wimbereley

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