Book: Texas Naturally! The Rise of the Texas Master Naturalist™ Movement
A PDF copy of the book written by Krin Van Tatenhove (Class 45), and published by the Alamo Area Chapter on its 25th Anniversary (2022).
Guide to San Antonio Natural Areas & Greenway Trails
A project of the Alamo Area Master Naturalists working with the Phil Hardberger Conservancy and Alamo Group of the Sierra Club. Be sure to check a wide variety of topics such as area birds, butterflies, reptiles, trees, insects, bushes and much, much more.
Hardy’s Children’s Guides for Families and Educators
Hardy’s Children’s Guides for Families and Educators provides newsletters, an interactive guide, a Junior Master Naturalist and a Rebus guide to Hardberger Park.
Starting Out Wild Lessons with Materials / Family Nature Guides
Starting Out Wild Lessons with Materials / Family Nature Guides replace the original Starting Out Wild Lessons and the three resource files, with integrated lessons, teaching, and resources for each individual lesson. These materials are designed for classroom and family use.
Starting Out Wild / Family Nature Guide Training
Starting Out Wild/Family Nature Guide Training explains the rationale for teaching real science to very young children, details the development of Starting Out Wild and Family Nature Guides, describes how to work with young children outdoors in developmentally appropriate ways, and provides examples of materials and activities in the lessons.
Texas Waters and Watersheds
Interested in learning about aquatic habitats in our area? Concerned about the quality of water for our wildlife? Texas Parks and Wildlife Department has a series of webinars and volunteer opportunities where you can learn more about the ecosystems and water quality of our Texas water systems.