Websites about animals (including mammals, birds, reptiles, fish, insects, mollusks, etc.) living wild in Texas, whether native or introduced.
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Herping the Trans-Pecos
A pictorial tour of the reptiles and amphibians of the Trans-Pecos and other areas of West Texas.
Mammals of Texas
Guide to the 181 species of Texas mammals, based on Davis and Schmidly's classic printed handbook.
Richard Moore Outdoors
Richard Moore has spent a lifetime capturing video footage of an assortment of wildlife found across South Texas and Northern Mexico. Richard Moore Outdoors brings this video collection to the.
Mike Quinn's site with extensive links to general entomology and Lepidoptera-specific resources.
Texas Freshwater Fishes
Provides images, distribution maps, and abstracts as well as TNHC fish database to search for the species of interest.
Texas Horned Lizard Watch
Information about the program and horned lizard resources.
Texas Hummingbird Roundup
Includes identifying hummingbirds, the state backyard survey, and other resources.
Texas Marine Mammal Stranding Network
Rescues and rehabilitates marine mammals that strand along the State's coast. Provides information on research, education, mammal rescue, rehabilitation, and release.
Texas Monarch Watch
Web version of a brochure highlighting migration, life cycle, and other monarch butterfly information.
Texas Natural History Collections
Located at the Texas Memorial Museum in Austin. Includes databases, collections, events, and exhibits.
Texas Parks and Wildlife Department: Private Lands Management
Information for individuals who are interested in managing natural resources on their property.
The Texas Wildlife Association
Formed in 1985 by a group of ranchers and wildlife managers dedicated to the conservation, management, and enhancement of wildlife and habitat on private lands.
Texas Wildlife Services
Manages the negative impacts of wildlife. Includes links to publications and overview of programs such as rabies control.
Archives and subscription management for the e-mail group for butterfliers in Texas.
About Texas Parks and Wildlife habitat management activities.
Wild Texas: Wildlife Guide
Brief accounts of mammal, reptile, and bird species commonly observed in Texas.
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