The Acorn Woodpecker in Coahuila is common in the oak and pine-oak belts, from 4950 to 8000 feet.
They did not want Coahuila as their country, but Texas, and asked a government of their own.
Geographic variation in the pocket gopher, Cratogeomyscastanops, in Coahuila, Mexico.
It had now become a part of Coahuila, and had declared its independence.
In suitable habitats in Coahuila the Red-shafted Flicker is common.
Most of the mountains of Coahuila do not exceed 6000 feet in elevation.
In 1833 there were twenty thousand Americans that wished Texas to have an organization separate from the state of Coahuila.
Some members of the avifauna of Coahuila probably reached the State in this time.
Most of the species that occur in Coahuila seem to be associated with western North America.
The avifauna of Coahuila today is a mixture of the several mentioned elements.