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Chapter Secretary is Scuba Santa
By Linda Shirey, certified Texas Master Naturalist Linda Shirey, Mid-Coast Chapter secretary, does some of her volunteer service at Texas State
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Green Heron Diet
By Steve Reisinger, certified Texas Master Naturalist This Green Heron was successfully stalking fish in shallow water.  I was surprised
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Book Review
By Martha McAlister, Mid-Coast Chapter Texas Master Naturalist So deeply engrained is evolution in our thought today, most of us
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A Mouse That Roars…Really!
By Karen Benson, certified Texas Master Naturalist Mice squeak. They do not roar or howl. Everybody knows that. So when
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Beware of Baby Rattlesnakes!
By Karen Benson, certified Texas Master Naturalist It was small. It was a soft, delicate gray color with brownish saddle-shaped
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Monarch Migration
By Janet Price, certified Texas Master Naturalist After all the gloomy news of the disappearing monarchs, I was very happy
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Birds of a Feather
…flock together. Or maybe not. Photos by Mike Mauldin  
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Why Didn’t the Horned Lizard Cross the Road?
By Karen Benson, certified Texas Master Naturalist You would think that they would cross roads; at least smaller roads. But
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It’s the Season for Baby Birds
By Karen Benson, Certified Texas Master Naturalist “What is that?” we both said. We were coming back from closing the
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