Want to keep in touch with Master Naturalist online? Want to learn more about nature? Here are some fun and interesting links for you to explore.
Did you ever wonder why the weather moves the way it does? This wonderful moving picture of the way the winds are moving on our earth is a fascinating view from above of the current wind patterns. You can even see where hurricanes are swirling. Click to enjoy it!
Want to learn more about life on this amazing planet Earth that we live on? This “Encyclopedia of Life” website has everything from mammals to fungi. Click on the image to begin learning.
Do you like to keep up with what is going on weather wise? Hurricane season lasts from June until November in Texas. This image will take you to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration view of the Gulf of Mexico and surrounding states. Enjoy watching the upcoming weather patterns headed our way, or track hurricanes as they enter the Gulf. We hope you enjoy this link.
Did you know Texas Parks and Wildlife has many classes that would be of interest to Texas Master Naturalists? Click on the photo to the left for more information.
Texas Parks and Wildlife have podcasts to watch and listen to. There is sure to be one that will catch your interest. From Bat Emergence’s to Under the Texas Sky, there is a topic that you will find interesting. Click on the photo to the left for more information.
The University of Texas Archeological Research Lab has discovered a site near the Trinity River in Liberty county that had been occupied by Native Americans during the Paleo-Indian period through the Late Prehistoric age. Learn more about this by clicking on the photo to the left for more information.
Learn more about what Texas Master Naturalist do. Explore the numerous videos of master naturalist at work by clicking the logo.