Texas Natural History Guides™

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  1. Texas Turtles & Crocodilians
    Texas has a large and diverse turtle population, with forms that are found nowhere else (Cagle’s Map Turtle and the Texas Map Turtle) and wide-ranging species that barely touch the state, including the Painted Turtles and... Learn More
    Published: 1st February 2016
    Paperback | £20.99
  2. Texas Lizards
    "Texas offers the opportunity to observe lizard diversity like no other part of the country," writes Laurie J. Vitt in the foreword to Texas Lizards. From the moist eastern Piney Woods to the western deserts, lizards can be found... Learn More
    Published: 15th May 2015
    Paperback | £20.99
  3. Dragonflies of Texas
    Dragonflies and damselflies (together known as Odonata) are among the most remarkably distinctive insects in their appearance and biology, and they have become some of the most popular creatures sought by avocational naturalists.... Learn More
    Published: 15th March 2015
    Paperback | £22.99
  4. Common Woody Plants and Cacti of South Texas
    Woody plants and cacti are vital staple foods for cattle, deer, and other wildlife in drought-prone South Texas. Ranchers, hunters, and land managers who need to identify these plants relied on A Field Guide to Common South Texas... Learn More
    Published: 30th August 2014
    Paperback | £18.99
  5. Texas Amphibians
    With a wide variety of habitats ranging from southeastern swamps to western deserts, Texas is home to numerous species of frogs, toads, and salamanders. Each area of Texas has a particular set of species that has evolved there... Learn More
    Published: 1st September 2012
    Paperback | £20.99
  6. Damselflies of Texas
    On any warm summer day, you can easily observe damselflies around a vegetated pond or the rocks along the banks of a stream. Like the more familiar dragonfly, damselflies are among the most remarkably distinctive insects in their... Learn More
    Published: 1st May 2011
    Paperback | £20.99
  7. Venomous Snakes of Texas
    Texas has about one hundred twenty native species and subspecies of snakes, fifteen of which are venomous. Since 1950, Texans have turned to the Poisonous Snakes of Texas pamphlet series published by the Texas Parks and Wildlife... Learn More
    Published: 14th October 2009
    Paperback | £12.99
  8. Water in Texas
    No natural resource issue has greater significance for the future of Texas than water. The state's demand for water for municipal, industrial, agricultural, and recreational uses continues to grow exponentially, while the supply... Learn More
    Published: 1st August 2008
    Paperback | £21.99
  9. Basic Texas Birds
    Finding all the birds in Texas can be a lifetime pursuit. Basic Texas Birds, an easy-to-use field guide, will help you identify over 180 species of birds that are found across the state, including a selection of the rarer "Texas... Learn More
    Published: 1st July 2007
    Paperback | £18.99
  10. Texas Snakes

    Texas Snakes

    A Field Guide

    Written by James R. Dixon and John E. Werler, Illustrated by Regina Levoy

    Series Texas Natural History Guides™

    University of Texas Press

    From the legendary, fear-inspiring western diamond-backed rattlesnake to the tiny, harmless plains blind snake, Texas has a greater diversity of snake species than any other state in the country. This fully illustrated field guide... Learn More
    Published: 1st November 2005
    Paperback | £20.99