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.
- Texas ArgiLife Extension Service – General
- Texas AgriLife Extension Service – Milam County
- Texas Parks & Wildlife Department
- Natural Resources Conservation Service
- Ducks Unlimited Chapter #259
- ALCOA Rockdale Operations
- Little River Basin Master Gardeners – Chapter Site
- Bat Conservation International
- AgriLife’s TEXNAT Database – Nat’l Resource Mgmt of TX Rangelands
- AgriLife’s Earthkind website. Environmental Stewardship for the Urban Landscape.
- AgriLife’s Wild Wonderings Blogspot
- Texas Parks & Wildlife Wildlife Diversity Webinar Series on Youtube
- Texas Parks & Wildlife Wildlife Fact Sheets
- Texas Parks & Wildlife “Life’s Better Outside” newsletters, view or subscribe.
- Texas Parks & Wildlife Wildlife Trails in Texas web site
- Crosstimbers Connection is an organization focused on the Cross Timbers and Blackland Prairie ecoregions (which includes a good part of Milam County) that takes kids and families on educational hikes on the wildlife of North Texas.
- iPhone Apps Jun 2014 PDF on various Nature topics, (mostly Apple centric but some Android).
- Aquaplant – AgriLife’s Pond Management diagnostic tool
- Explore the richness of earth’s biodiversity at “The Encyclopedia of Life” website a Smithsonian Natural History project to present all 1.8 Million known species of wildlife on Earth.
- Visit The Handbook of Texas, Online a multidisciplinary encyclopedia of Texas history, geography, and culture sponsored by the Texas State Historical Association. Over 23,000 articles.
- Professor Wayne Armstrong, Palomar Community College, San Marcos CA has a comprehensive Wayne’s Word online textbook of natural history. All text and pictures are protected and can not be copied or used as is.
- Huge directory of Internet sites covering all aspects of Ecology, at “The Ecology WWW Page” a Harvard Univ. site mirrored around the world.
- Visit the Animal Diversity Website of the University of Michigan’s Museum of Zoology, a comprehensive online encyclopedia of 1000’s of animals around the world.
- Austin Science and Nature Center
- Brazos Valley Museum of Natural History
- Wilderness Survival Guide: How To Stay Alive if Lost, Hurt or Stranded is a very complete guide to prepare for, and manage survival in nature.
- Texas Animal Health Commission
- Texas AgriLife Extension Service Bookstore
- Hello Invasive Species, Goodbye Texas – Texas Invasives.org
- Sand County Almanac
- Texas Beyond History Virtual Museum
- Bamberger Ranch
- Texas Events Calendar – Festivals, fairs and everything else in Texas
- The Texas Wildlife Association is a great resource for information. View their slide presentation here that was shown at our Chapter Meeting on Feb 11, 2016. They use wildlife conservation and land stewardship to teach science to junior high and high school students. Their field investigation days rely heavily on volunteers to run the stations and they have asked our chapter if any volunteers wish to participate.
- “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
- Blackland Research & Extension Center, Temple
- Texas Cooperative Wildlife Collection, College Station
- S. M. Tracy Herbarium, College Station
- River Systems Institute at Texas State University, San Marcos
- Sugarloaf Mountain, Gause
- ALCOA Rockdale Operations, Rockdale
- Apache Pass, in newly proclaimed “Downtown Texas”
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