Outside Resources

Texas Master Naturalists

  • Texas Master Naturalist Web Site
  • Other Chapters – see above state site.
  • State TMN ListServ – state wide notices and more. See TMN Listserv section below to these notices.
Strategic Partners
Many nature area specific web sites, publications and apps can be found under “Natural Areas of Interest” page for that specific area of nature. These below are more general in nature.
Top Ten Texas outdoor books, from Wildlife Magazine, November 2010 issue
  • “Goodbye to a River” by John Graves
  • “Adventures with a Texas Naturalist” by Roy Bedichek
  • “The Great Plains” by Walter Prescott Webb
  • “Land of Bears and Honey: a Natural History of East Texas” by Joe C. Truett and Daniel W. Lay
  • “The Indians of Texas” by W.W. Newcomb, Jr.
  • “Prairie Time: A Blackland Portrait” by Matt White
  • “Trees of Texas:  An Easy Guide to Leaf Identification” by Carmine Stahl and Ria McElvaney
  • “Texas Land Ethics” by Pete A.Y. Gunter and Max Oelschlaeger
  • “The Sportsman’s Guide to Texas” by Dick Bartlett and Joanne Krieger, edited by David Baxter
  • “Big Thicket Legacy” by Campbell and Lynn Loughmiller
Field Trip Locations
List of Favorite Field Guides and their Background
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What Texas Parks and Wildlife can do for you, by Mike Mitchell
Texas Parks and Wildlife Video Library on Youtube has a number of “playlists” of educational videos on just about any topic having to do with nature, and the mission and services of the Department.  Three videos have been linked below from their “Keep Texas Wild” playlist.

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