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By Linda Shirey, certified Texas Master Naturalist Linda Shirey, Mid-Coast Chapter secretary, does some of her volunteer service at Texas State
By Steve Reisinger, certified Texas Master Naturalist This Green Heron was successfully stalking fish in shallow water.  I was surprised
By Martha McAlister, Mid-Coast Chapter Texas Master Naturalist So deeply engrained is evolution in our thought today, most of us
By Karen Benson, certified Texas Master Naturalist Mice squeak. They do not roar or howl. Everybody knows that. So when
By Karen Benson, certified Texas Master Naturalist It was small. It was a soft, delicate gray color with brownish saddle-shaped
By Janet Price, certified Texas Master Naturalist After all the gloomy news of the disappearing monarchs, I was very happy
...flock together. Or maybe not. Photos by Mike Mauldin  
By Karen Benson, certified Texas Master Naturalist You would think that they would cross roads; at least smaller roads. But
By Karen Benson, Certified Texas Master Naturalist “What is that?” we both said. We were coming back from closing the
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