LRGVLower Rio Grande Valley (Texas)
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Caption: Volunteers planting at the 2017 Rio Reforestation event in the LRGV
However, they sometimes accept cowbird eggs and have been documented raising bronzed cowbird fledglings in 5-8% of active nests in the LRGV (Hathcock and Brush, 2004; Werner et al.
As of 1990, more breeding white-winged doves occurred outside the LRGV than within it (George et al.
Carlton confirmed identifications by examination of male genitalia and com parison to published illustrations with vouchers from LRGV populations (Agnew et al.
It is estimated that less than 5% of the habitat that originally covered the LRGV still remains (Purdy 1983; Jahrsdoerfer & Leslie 1988).
It is found on a variety of soils, but is especially abundant in the LRGV on caliche soils in western Hidalgo and Starr counties.
Since 1958, Texas Parks and Wildlife Department (TPWD) has been involved in re-vegetation in the LRGV to create white-winged dove (Zenaida asiatica) habitat and to promote biodiversity.
STARR COUNTY: The portion of Starr County within the LRGV extends from Rio Grande City east to the Hidalgo County line.
Clay-colored Robins have been reported almost annually in the LRGV since 1940 (American Ornithologists' Union 1998), but no nests have been described in the United States.