Summer birds and mammals inhabiting the Trinity River.
the focus of attention throughout this study was on populations inhabiting the water, shoreline, and adjacent bank areas of the river (generally within 1/4 mile of the river). More attention was paid to forest and woodland habitats than to fields, pastures, grasslands, or other open habitats. A majority of all data were therefore obtained from bottomland and hardwood forests. In addition to the field surveys and censuses, a limited amount of information was gathered through conversations with local residents.