Texas Wildscapes: Gardening for Wildlife, by Noreen Damude and Kelly Bender, is a wonderful book chockfull of information about plants to use for attracting different kinds of wildlife, turning your yard or garden into an inviting haven for living creatures. It didn't come with an index, though, so if you were looking for information on a particular plant, you had to leaf through the whole book.
I made an index, and here it is. There are 2 Excel spreadsheets: one is an index to plant families, and all the information fits on one printed page. The second is an index to individual plant species, and takes up about 8 printed pages. Each spreadsheet has 2 or 3 worksheets containing the same information sorted in different ways (for example, by common name on one worksheet, and by scientific name on another worksheet).
If you don't have Excel, or would rather not deal with it, there are also PDF files that you can print out. There is one PDF for each worksheet; that is, for each different sort order of the index.
So, here are the Excel files you can download:
Here are the printable versions (PDFs):
Enjoy! - Susan