Area Resources

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 Children’s Guides for Families & Educators
Hardy’s Children Guides for Pre-K – 6th Grade for the San Antonio Natural Areas and Linear Creeks

Family Nature Guides
Family Nature Guides are individual stand alone lessons for children 1-8 that are self explanatory, don’t require additional materials, and can be done from the house.

Starting Out Wild
Starting Out Wild is a program for teaching about nature to children 1-6, designed to be used by naturalist educators, teachers, and families.

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.

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