things in coastal plains
jobs that people do in coastal plains
this is when we walked couple of miles from the farm. there where a little of trees by the pond.
this is when i went to a hike. this place was a perfect place to farm.
this was at the farm i came to visit.
animals in coastal plains
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.