coastal plains

things in coastal plains

jobs that people do in coastal plains

The kind of jobs people would have in the Texas coastal plains region would be farming and cattle. Fishermen, ecologists, and marine biologists would find jobs in the Texas coastal plains region.

animals in coastal plains

Armadillo — The nine-banded armadillo is one of Texas’ most interesting mammals.

Badger — The badger is found throughout the state, except the extreme eastern parts.

Bat — Thirty-two species of these winged mammals have been found in Texas, more than in any other state in the United States.

Bear — The black bear, formerly common throughout most of the state, is now surviving in remnant populations in portions of the Trans-Pecos.

Beaver — The American beaver is found over most of the state except for the Llano and parts of the Trans-Pecos.

Bighorn — (See Sheep.)

Bison — The largest of native terrestrial wild mammals of North America, the American bison, commonly called buffalo, was formerly found in the western two-thirds of the state.

Deer — The white-tailed deer, found throughout the state in brushy or wooded areas, is the most important Texas game animal.