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    • Pine Log, 2010-10-18

    • Students; Student works; Newspapers; Stephen F. Austin State University;
    • The Pine Log is the official newspaper of the students of Stephen F. Austin State University. For many years it was published twice weekly on Monday and Thursday. Beginning in Fall 2013, the paper is issued each Wednesday during the Fall and Spring...
    • Department of the Army Permit no. 198900163

    • Environmental policy; Water; Flood control
    • Project Description: Discharge of approximately 418,300 cubic yards of dredged and fill materials into waters of the U.S. Associated with the construction of 692 acre 15,031 acre-fet Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) flood control and...
    • 1949 - 1952 Funeral Register

    • Morgues & mortuaries; Death & burial; Death; Documents; Diseases; Business & finance; Physicians;
    • These funeral records include the following information: where the deceased lived, died, and was buried; where and when the funeral service was held; the clergyman who performed the service and where he lived; the certifying physician and where he...
    • Southern Redback Salamander

    • Salamanders; Amphibians; Amphibian
    • The Southern Redback Salamander inhabits moderately dry hardwood forests, usually beneath rocks and woody debris to retain moisture and remain hidden. This salamander lives on a diet of mostly ants and beetles but will also eat snails, worms,...
    • Southern Red Salamander

    • Amphibians; Salamanders; Amphibian
    • Adult Southern Red Salamanders are usually found beneath rocks and leaf litter in swampy areas. They have also been known to burrow towards water. The Southern Red Salamander is rarely encountered near fast-moving bodies of water. This species...
    • Southern Red Salamander

    • Amphibians; Salamanders; AMphibian
    • Adult Southern Red Salamanders are usually found beneath rocks and leaf litter in swampy areas. They have also been known to burrow towards water. The Southern Red Salamander is rarely encountered near fast-moving bodies of water. This species...
    • Southern Red Salamander

    • Amphibians; Salamanders; Amphibian
    • Adult Southern Red Salamanders are usually found beneath rocks and leaf litter in swampy areas. They have also been known to burrow towards water. The Southern Red Salamander is rarely encountered near fast-moving bodies of water. This species...
    • Nacogdoches City Minutes, Vol. 23

    • Government employees; Government regulation; Government policy; Government officials; Meetings;
    • The history of the governmental body of Nacodgoches has been recorded in its city council minutes. The City Council consists of five elected members including a mayor and four council members. The group is responsible for establishing the policies...
    • Nacogdoches City Minutes, Vol. 15

    • Government employees; Government regulation; Government policy; Government officials; Meetings;
    • The history of the governmental body of Nacodgoches has been recorded in its city council minutes. The City Council consists of five elected members including a mayor and four council members. The group is responsible for establishing the policies...
    • Pine Log, 2012-10-08

    • Students; Student Works; Newspapers; Stephen F. Austin State University
    • The Pine Log is the official newspaper of the students of Stephen F. Austin State University. For many years it was published twice weekly on Monday and Thursday. Beginning in Fall 2013, the paper is issued each Wednesday during the Fall and Spring...
    • Pine Log, 2013-03-25

    • Students; Student Works; Newspapers; Stephen F. Austin State University
    • The Pine Log is the official newspaper of the students of Stephen F. Austin State University. For many years it was published twice weekly on Monday and Thursday. Beginning in Fall 2013, the paper is issued each Wednesday during the Fall and Spring...
    • Pine Log, 2010-09-20

    • Students; Student works; Newspapers; Stephen F. Austin State University
    • The Pine Log is the official newspaper of the students of Stephen F. Austin State University. For many years it was published twice weekly on Monday and Thursday. Beginning in Fall 2013, the paper is issued each Wednesday during the Fall and Spring...
    • Pine Log, 2011-04-18

    • Students; Student works; Newspapers; Stephen F. Austin State University;
    • The Pine Log is the official newspaper of the students of Stephen F. Austin State University. For many years it was published twice weekly on Monday and Thursday. Beginning in Fall 2013, the paper is issued each Wednesday during the Fall and Spring...
    • Textbook Regulations

    • Books; Standardization; Education; Laws
    • Textbooks Adopted for Use in the Public Free Schools of Texas since the Enactment of the Free Textbook Law in 1919; Texas Free Textbook Law Excerpts; Adopted Textbooks by subject and grade;
    • Henry T. Curl Papers, Civil War letters

    • Correspondence; Civil War; Health & welfare; Military hospitals; Military life; Military rations; Military service; Military medicine; Forts & fortifications; Travel
    • A fragment of what is believed to be a letter. The author discusses small pox, his time in a military hospital, and traveling through the north. Transcription of letter to Lawrence Taylor. Fragment, soldier's journey back home.
    • Southern Toad

    • Frogs; Toads; Amphibians; Frog; Amphibian
    • The Southern Toad usually inhabits sandy areas in the southeastern United States where it burrows to hide during the hotter hours of the day. At night, it forages for anything that it can swallow.
    • Southern Leopard Frog

    • Frogs; Amphibians; Amphibian
    • The Southern Leopard Frog lives in the southeastern United States in shallow, well-vegetated freshwater environments. It eats a variety of insects and other small invertebrates and is preyed upon by fish, small mammals, and snakes.
    • Southern Leopard Frog

    • Frogs; Amphibians; Amphibian
    • The Southern Leopard Frog lives in the southeastern United States in shallow, well-vegetated freshwater environments. It eats a variety of insects and other small invertebrates and is preyed upon by fish, small mammals, and snakes.
    • Southern Toad

    • Frogs; Toads; Amphibians; Camouflage; Frog; Amphibian
    • The Southern Toad usually inhabits sandy areas in the southeastern United States where it burrows to hide during the hotter hours of the day. At night, it forages for anything that it can swallow.
    • Southern Leopard Frog

    • Frogs; Amphibians; Amphibian
    • The Southern Leopard Frog lives in the southeastern United States in shallow, well-vegetated freshwater environments. It eats a variety of insects and other small invertebrates and is preyed upon by fish, small mammals, and snakes.
    • Southern Toad

    • Frogs; Toads; Amphibians; Frog; Amphibian
    • The Southern Toad usually inhabits sandy areas in the southeastern United States where it burrows to hide during the hotter hours of the day. At night, it forages for anything that it can swallow.
    • Southern Toad

    • Frogs; Toads; Amphibians; Amphibian; Frog
    • The Southern Toad usually inhabits sandy areas in the southeastern United States where it burrows to hide during the hotter hours of the day. At night, it forages for anything that it can swallow.
    • Southern Two-Lined Salamander Larva

    • Amphibians; Salamanders; Amphibian; Larval
    • The Southern Two-Lined Salamander can be found in a variety of freshwater environments in the eastern United States, including streams, ditches, ponds, and swampy woods. This salamander feeds mostly on insects, spiders, and worms. Adults are...
    • Southern Two-Lined Salamander Larvae

    • Amphibians; Salamanders; Amphibian; Larva; Larval
    • The Southern Two-Lined Salamander can be found in a variety of freshwater environments in the eastern United States, including streams, ditches, ponds, and swampy woods. This salamander feeds mostly on insects, spiders, and worms. Adults are...
    • Southern Two-Lined Salamander Larva and Florida Bog Frog

    • Amphibians; Salamanders; Frogs; Amphibian; Larval
    • The Southern Two-Lined Salamander can be found in a variety of freshwater environments in the eastern United States, including streams, ditches, ponds, and swampy woods. This salamander feeds mostly on insects, spiders, and worms. Adults are...
    • Southern Leopard Frog

    • Frogs; Amphibian; Amphibians; Anuran; Anurans
    • The Southern Leopard Frog lives in the southeastern United States in shallow, well-vegetated freshwater environments. It eats a variety of insects and other small invertebrates and is preyed upon by fish, small mammals, and snakes.
    • Red Hills Salamander

    • Salamanders; Caudate; Caudates; Amphibian; Amphibian; Plethodontids; Plethodontid; Animals; Herpetology; Herps; Endangered
    • The Red Hills Salamander is the state amphibian of Alabama, where it is endemic to a narrow area within the southern portion of the state. It is a protected species and is listed as 'endangered' on the IUCN Red List due to habitat fragmentation...
    • Southern Two-lined Salamander

    • Salamanders; Caudate; Caudates; Amphibian; Amphibian; Plethodontids; Plethodontid; Animals; Herpetology; Herps
    • The Southern Two-lined Salamander is a small and slender salamander of the southeastern United States. Males may be distinguished from females by fleshy protuberances of the upper lip called cirri. These cirri are believed to be used for...
    • Southern Two-lined Salamander

    • Salamanders; Caudate; Caudates; Amphibian; Amphibian; Plethodontids; Plethodontid; Animals; Herpetology; Herps
    • The Southern Two-lined Salamander is a small and slender salamander of the southeastern United States. Males may be distinguished from females by fleshy protuberances of the upper lip called cirri. These cirri are believed to be used for...
    • Southern Leopard Frog

    • Amphibians; Frogs; Amphibian
    • The Southern Leopard Frog lives in the southeastern United States in shallow, well-vegetated freshwater environments. It eats a variety of insects and other small invertebrates and is preyed upon by fish, small mammals, and snakes.
    • Nacogdoches City Minutes, Vol. 23

    • Government employees; Government regulation; Government policy; Government officials; Meetings;
    • The history of the governmental body of Nacodgoches has been recorded in its city council minutes. The City Council consists of five elected members including a mayor and four council members. The group is responsible for establishing the policies...
    • Nacogdoches City Minutes, Vol. 22

    • Government employees; Government regulation; Government policy; Government officials; Meetings;
    • The history of the governmental body of Nacodgoches has been recorded in its city council minutes. The City Council consists of five elected members including a mayor and four council members. The group is responsible for establishing the policies...
    • Nacogdoches City Minutes, Vol. 17

    • Government employees; Government regulation; Government policy; Government officials; Meetings;
    • The history of the governmental body of Nacodgoches has been recorded in its city council minutes. The City Council consists of five elected members including a mayor and four council members. The group is responsible for establishing the policies...
    • Nacogdoches City Minutes, Vol. 19

    • Government employees; Government regulation; Government policy; Government officials; Meetings;
    • The history of the governmental body of Nacodgoches has been recorded in it's city council minutes. The City Council consists of five elected members including a mayor and four council members. The group is responsible for establishing the policies...
    • Nacogdoches City Minutes, Vol. 16

    • Government employees; Government regulation; Government policy; Government officials; Meetings;
    • The history of the governmental body of Nacodgoches has been recorded in its city council minutes. The City Council consists of five elected members including a mayor and four council members. The group is responsible for establishing the policies...
    • Nacogdoches City Minutes, Vol. 13

    • Government employees; Government regulation; Government policy; Government officials; Meetings;
    • The history of the governmental body of Nacodgoches has been recorded in its city council minutes. The City Council consists of five elected members including a mayor and four council members. The group is responsible for establishing the policies...
    • Pine Log, 2011-10-06

    • Students; Student Works; Newspapers; Stephen F. Austin State University
    • The Pine Log is the official newspaper of the students of Stephen F. Austin State University. For many years it was published twice weekly on Monday and Thursday. Beginning in Fall 2013, the paper is issued each Wednesday during the Fall and Spring...
    • Pine Log, 2011-11-21

    • Students; Student Works; Newspapers; Stephen F. Austin State University
    • The Pine Log is the official newspaper of the students of Stephen F. Austin State University. For many years it was published twice weekly on Monday and Thursday. Beginning in Fall 2013, the paper is issued each Wednesday during the Fall and Spring...
    • Pine Log, 2013-02-04

    • Students; Student Works; Newspapers; Stephen F. Austin State University
    • The Pine Log is the official newspaper of the students of Stephen F. Austin State University. For many years it was published twice weekly on Monday and Thursday. Beginning in Fall 2013, the paper is issued each Wednesday during the Fall and Spring...
    • Pine Log, 2012-09-13

    • Students; Student Works; Newspapers; Stephen F. Austin State University
    • The Pine Log is the official newspaper of the students of Stephen F. Austin State University. For many years it was published twice weekly on Monday and Thursday. Beginning in Fall 2013, the paper is issued each Wednesday during the Fall and Spring...
    • Pine Log, 2011-11-17

    • Students; Student Works; Newspapers; Stephen F. Austin State University
    • The Pine Log is the official newspaper of the students of Stephen F. Austin State University. For many years it was published twice weekly on Monday and Thursday. Beginning in Fall 2013, the paper is issued each Wednesday during the Fall and Spring...
    • Pine Log, 2011-10-31

    • Students; Student Works; Newspapers; Stephen F. Austin State University
    • The Pine Log is the official newspaper of the students of Stephen F. Austin State University. For many years it was published twice weekly on Monday and Thursday. Beginning in Fall 2013, the paper is issued each Wednesday during the Fall and Spring...
    • Pine Log, 2013-01-31

    • Students; Student Works; Newspapers; Stephen F. Austin State University
    • The Pine Log is the official newspaper of the students of Stephen F. Austin State University. For many years it was published twice weekly on Monday and Thursday. Beginning in Fall 2013, the paper is issued each Wednesday during the Fall and Spring...
    • Pine Log, 2014-03-19

    • Students; Student works; Newspapers; Stephen F. Austin State University;
    • The Pine Log is the official newspaper of the students of Stephen F. Austin State University. For many years it was published twice weekly on Monday and Thursday. Beginning in Fall 2013, the paper is issued each Wednesday during the Fall and Spring...
    • Pine Log, 2011-03-03

    • Students; Student works; Stephen F. Austin State University;
    • The Pine Log is the official newspaper of the students of Stephen F. Austin State University. For many years it was published twice weekly on Monday and Thursday. Beginning in Fall 2013, the paper is issued each Wednesday during the Fall and Spring...
    • Pine Log, 2011-03-07

    • Students; Student works; Stephen F. Austin State University;
    • The Pine Log is the official newspaper of the students of Stephen F. Austin State University. For many years it was published twice weekly on Monday and Thursday. Beginning in Fall 2013, the paper is issued each Wednesday during the Fall and Spring...
    • Pine Log, 2010-11-11

    • Students; Student works; Newspapers; Stephen F. Austin State University;
    • The Pine Log is the official newspaper of the students of Stephen F. Austin State University. For many years it was published twice weekly on Monday and Thursday. Beginning in Fall 2013, the paper is issued each Wednesday during the Fall and Spring...
    • Pine Log, 2011-04-04

    • Students; Student works; Newspapers; Stephen F. Austin State University;
    • The Pine Log is the official newspaper of the students of Stephen F. Austin State University. For many years it was published twice weekly on Monday and Thursday. Beginning in Fall 2013, the paper is issued each Wednesday during the Fall and Spring...
    • School Plant Improvement; Public Forums; Negro Education

    • Schools; Landscaping plans; Painting; Buildings; Building deterioration; Interior design; Landscape drawings; Universities & colleges; Vocational education; Wages
    • Improvement and beautification of school grounds buildings and equipment; Public forums; Status of Negro education in Texas
    • Texas School of the Air:

    • Radio broadcasting; Education; Teaching; Adult education; Programs; Audiovisual materials
    • Language arts series; social science series; natural science series; vocational series; music series; radio equipment; recorded transcriptions
    • Texas School of the Air:

    • Education; Radio broadcasting; Programs; Audiovisual materials; Teaching; Adult education
    • Network of Stations; Week of the Texas School of the Air; Classroom Radio Series; Stories Plus; Open Your eyes; Reading is Adventure; Jobs Ahead; Music is Yours; Bibliography
    • Congressional Tour, 1993

    • Politicians; Politics & government; Government officials; Legislators; International relations; Diplomats; Government employees;
    • Photographs from Congressman Charlie Wilson's trip to Bosnia and Croatia.
    • Mt. Zion Sacred Harp Singing Minutes

    • Music; Singing; Folk music;
    • Ledger consisting of meeting notes from the Mt. Zion Sacred Harp Singing Convention that took place once a year starting on the Thursday before the third Sunday in August. Sacred Harp Singings are musical and social events consisting of a...
    • Bone Letter, December 31, 1861

    • Correspondence; Health; Soldiers; Civil War
    • Nacogdoches County, State of Texas. Minerva to Dr. Bone: is sending supplies he requested, news of deaths of acquaintances involved in the war, provisions, health, financial matters, respects from friends.
    • European Migration, 1790

    • Emigration & immigration; Americanization
    • Map of Europe showing numbers of immigrants and their countries of origin that came to settle in America, ca 1790. Reproduced from the Fletcher-Boeselt Collection A Historical Series of Restored Early American Cartography Cart-Graphic...
    • East Texas House 157

    • Houses; Dwellings; Porches; Gables; Architectural photographs
    • A two-story house in Kilgore. There is a family on the porch. Trees surrond the house. The house demonstrates Folk Victorian style architecture prevalent throughout the Southern states. Folk Victorian features are represented by the gable front...
    • Our Roots

    • African Americans; Family trees; Slavery; Slaves; Census; Cities & towns;
    • This is a manuscript written by Joel V. Fears Sr. about the Fears family genealogy. It contains census details, family stories, and deed information. It also includes information about Emeline Fears Carpenter, the name sake of Carpenter Elementary...
    • Charles S. Taylor Letter, January 21, 1860

    • Correspondence; Economic & social conditions; War; Government relations; Railroads; Civil War;
    • Letter from C. W. Cave to Charles S. Taylor. He writes about the Rio Grande War, Col. Ford and his misconduct. Tobin, Sabine Pass Railroad Charter, South Carolina Secession and a call for a Southern Convention, Bids for Pacific Railroad in...
    • Charles S. Taylor Letter, January 23, 1861

    • Correspondence; Interpersonal relations; Political issues; Secession;
    • Eugenia Sterne Barret to Charles S. Taylor. She writes about how beautiful Austin is and her visit to Mount Bonnell to see Judge Townes. She mentions people who stopped by to visit: Harvey H. Allen, Dr. Robards, Gen. Edwards and Clark. She still...
    • Folklore Society Program, 1935

    • Organizations; Programs; Meetings; Clubs; Folklorists;
    • The program of the Twenty-First Annual Folk-Lore Society Meeting that took place at the Adolphus Hotel and Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas. Inside the program contains the itinerary and the names of people belonging to the society.
    • Crockett Juneteenth Celebration, 1992

    • Celebrations; Politicians; People; African Americans; Holidays
    • Congressman Charlie Wilson at a Juneteenth African American celebration in Crockett, Texas. Celebrations are held on June 19 to commemorate the day slaves in Texas heard they were free. The celebrations started in Texas and spread throughout the...
    • DSG legislative report, 1980-11-10

    • Legislative bodies; Laws; Legislation; Law & legal affairs; Legislative hearings; Political organizations
    • The Democratic Study Group formed in 1959 making it the oldest legislative service organization in Congress. The group provides detailed information about legislation and policy issues on the House's upcoming agenda....
    • DSG legislative report, 1982-09-06

    • Legislative bodies; Laws; Legislation; Law & legal affairs; Legislative hearings; Political organizations
    • The Democratic Study Group formed in 1959 making it the oldest legislative service organization in Congress. The group provides detailed information about legislation and policy issues on the House's upcoming agenda....
    • DSG legislative report, 1984-04-30

    • Legislative bodies; Laws; Legislation; Law & legal affairs; Legislative hearings; Political organizations
    • The Democratic Study Group formed in 1959 making it the oldest legislative service organization in Congress. The group provides detailed information about legislation and policy issues on the House's upcoming agenda....
    • Thomas Letters, November 18, 1919

    • Interpersonal relations; Universities & colleges; Students; Football; Gambling; Dating (Social custom);
    • Letter from Albert Thomas to Lera Millard. Albert assures Lera that he believes in her. He discusses football and the teams capable of winning the Southern championship. He thinks about who he should bet on. Two of his friends are going on dates...
    • Panorama of the Seat of War

    • Civil wars; Topographic maps
    • Panorama of the Seat of War. Topographic map of the South, giving a panoramic view of the southern states and cities. Published by John Bachmann, by order of an Act of Congress, 1861 (photocopy). Original at Univeristy of Texas, Austin.
    • Spotted Chorus Frog

    • Amphibians; Amphibian; Frogs; Clark's Tree Frog; Tree frogs
    • The Spotted Chorus Frog is a type of tree frog commonly found in wet grassland or prairie habitats where it feeds on insects and spiders. It is mostly nocturnal and is inactive during dry seasons. In its southern ranges, this frog takes advantage...
    • Texas Banded Gecko

    • Reptiles; Lizards; Geckos; Lizard; reptile
    • The Texas Banded Gecko is usually encountered in rocky terrain in southwestern Texas, southern New Mexico, and northeastern Mexico. It can be distinguished by other geckos by the presence of functional eyelids and the absence of toe pads. The...
    • Buttermilk Racer

    • Snakes; Reptiles; Racer snake
    • The Buttermilk Racer is a non-venomous species of racer snake named for the buttermilk-colored spots that it develops on its dorsal side. Its range is limited to southern Arkansas, Louisiana, and eastern Texas. The diet of this snake consists of...
    • Buttermilk Racer

    • Snakes; Reptiles; Racer snake; Colubrids
    • The Buttermilk Racer is a non-venomous species of racer snake named for the buttermilk-colored spots that it develops on its dorsal side. Its range is limited to southern Arkansas, Louisiana, and eastern Texas. The diet of this snake consists of...
    • Buttermilk Racer

    • Reptiles; Snakes; Colubrids; Racer snake
    • The Buttermilk Racer is a non-venomous species of racer snake named for the buttermilk-colored spots that it develops on its dorsal side. Its range is limited to southern Arkansas, Louisiana, and eastern Texas. The diet of this snake consists of...
    • Southern Copperhead

    • Reptiles; Reptile; Snakes; Pit vipers; Venomous; Adders; Moccasins; Vipers; Snake
    • Copperheads occupy a number of different habitats in the southeastern United States, including upland regions with rocky areas or wooded hillsides. It is not uncommon to find this snake along the margins of semi-urban areas. Unlike other snakes,...
    • Speckled Kingsnake

    • Reptiles; Reptile; Snakes; Non-venomous; Kingsnakes; Colubrids; Snake
    • The Speckled Kingsnake is often called the Salt-and-Pepper Snake. The body of the snake is usually a solid black color speckled with creamy white to yellow flecks. Speckled Kingsnakes have been known to feed on small rodents, lizards, birds, and...
    • Texas Banded Gecko

    • Reptile; Reptiles; Lizards; Gekkos
    • The Texas Banded Gecko is usually encountered in rocky terrain in southwestern Texas, southern New Mexico, and northeastern Mexico. It can be distinguished by other geckos by the presence of functional eyelids and the absence of toe pads. The Texas...
    • Texas Spiny Lizard

    • Reptile; Reptiles; Lizards
    • The Texas Spiny Lizard prefers to live in mesquite scrub habitat in the southern United States and into Mexico where it eats a variety of insects and other small arthropods. They are commonly seen basking on fences and telephone poles.
    • Rio Grande Leopard Frog

    • Frogs; Amphibian; Amphibians; Lithobates; Mexican
    • The Rio Grande Leopard Frog inhabits permanent and non-permanent bodies of water in arid regions of the southern United States and into Mexico where it breeds explosively whenever rainfall occurs. The Rio Grande Leopard Frog will feed on insects...
    • Red-Eared Sliders

    • Turtles; Turtle; Reptile; Reptiles; Emydid; Emydids; Slider; Herpetology; Herps; Animals
    • Red-Eared Sliders are extremely common all over the world thanks to pet trade, but in the wild they are native to warmer parts of the southern United States. Red-eared Sliders are omnivores and will readily eat a wide variety of plant and animals...
    • Southern Copperhead - Aberrant

    • Snakes; Reptile; Reptiles; Vipers; Pit vipers; Viperid; Viperids; Crotalids; Venomous; Snake
    • Copperheads occupy a number of different habitats in the southeastern United States, including upland regions with rocky areas or wooded hillsides. It is not uncommon to find this snake along the margins of semi-urban areas. Unlike other snakes,...
    • Gulf Coast Waterdog

    • Salamanders; Amphibians; Mudpuppies
    • The Gulf Coast Waterdog can usually be found hiding under rocks in slow-moving bodies of water with soft or sandy bottoms. It is a completely aquatic salamander of the southern United States. The Gulf Coast Waterdog is recognized by its external...
    • Squirrel Tree Frog

    • Amphibians; Amphibian; Frogs; Treefrog; Treefrogs
    • The Squirrel Tree Frog is a small species of frog that is found in the southern United States from Virginia to Texas. The color and pattern of the Squirrel Tree Frog may vary, but the frog is usually green overall, sometimes with a dark bar...
    • Gulf Coast Waterdog

    • Salamanders; Amphibians; Mudpuppies
    • The Gulf Coast Waterdog can usually be found hiding under rocks in slow-moving bodies of water with soft or sandy bottoms. It is a completely aquatic salamander of the southern United States. The Gulf Coast Waterdog is recognized by its external...
    • Northern Spring Peeper

    • Frogs; Amphibian; Amphibians; Tree; Frog; Treefrog; Treefrogs; Chorus
    • The Spring Peeper is usually seen during its breeding season in shrubby or wooded areas with abundant moisture. These frogs vary greatly in coloration but can generally be relied upon to sport a cross or "X" upon thier dorsal side. The Northern...
    • Squirrel Treefrog

    • Amphibians; Amphibian; Frogs; Treefrog; Treefrogs
    • The Squirrel Tree Frog is a small species of frog that is found in the southern United States from Virginia to Texas. The color and pattern of the Squirrel Tree Frog may vary, but the frog is usually green overall, sometimes with a dar bar between...
    • Speckled Kingsnake

    • Reptiles; Reptile; Snakes; Kingsnakes; Non-venomous; Colubrids; Snake; Colubrid; Squamate; Squamates
    • The Speckled Kingsnake is often called the Salt-and-Pepper Snake. The body of the snake is usually a solid black color speckled with creamy white to yellow flecks. Speckled Kingsnakes have been known to feed on small rodents, lizards, birds, and...
    • Spotted Chorus Frog

    • Amphibians; Frogs; Clark's; Tree; Amphibian; Amplexus
    • The Spotted Chorus Frog is a type of tree frog commonly found in wet grassland or prairie habitats where it feeds on insects and spiders. It is mostly nocturnal and is inactive during dry seasons. In its southern ranges, this frog takes advantage...
    • Spotted Chorus Frog

    • Amphibians; Frogs; Clark's; Tree; Amphibian
    • The Spotted Chorus Frog is a type of tree frog commonly found in wet grassland or prairie habitats where it feeds on insects and spiders. It is mostly nocturnal and is inactive during dry seasons. In its southern ranges, this frog takes advantage...
    • Speckled Kingsnake

    • Reptiles; Reptile; Snakes; Non-venomous; Kingsnakes; Colubrids; Snake
    • The Speckled Kingsnake is often called the Salt-and-Pepper Snake. The body of the snake is usually a solid black color speckled with creamy white to yellow flecks. Speckled Kingsnakes have been known to feed on small rodents, lizards, birds, and...
    • Spotted Chorus Frog

    • Amphibians; Frogs; Clark's; Tree; Amphibian
    • The Spotted Chorus Frog is a type of tree frog commonly found in wet grassland or prairie habitats where it feeds on insects and spiders. It is mostly nocturnal and is inactive during dry seasons. In its southern ranges, this frog takes advantage...
    • Spotted Chorus Frog

    • Amphibians; Frogs; Clark's; Tree; Amphibian
    • The Spotted Chorus Frog is a type of tree frog commonly found in wet grassland or prairie habitats where it feeds on insects and spiders. It is mostly nocturnal and is inactive during dry seasons. In its southern ranges, this frog takes advantage...
    • Buttermilk Racer

    • Snakes; Reptiles; Colubrids; Racer snake; Squamates
    • The Buttermilk Racer is a non-venomous species of racer snake named for the buttermilk-colored spots that it develops on its dorsal side. Its range is limited to southern Arkansas, Louisiana, and eastern Texas. The diet of this snake consists of...
    • Buttermilk Racer - Juvenile

    • Snakes; Reptiles; Racer snake; Colubrids; Colubrid; Squamates
    • The Buttermilk Racer is a non-venomous species of racer snake named for the buttermilk-colored spots that it develops on its dorsal side. This particular individual has not yet achieved its adult coloration and pattern. Its range is limited to...
    • Red-eared Slider

    • Sliders; Turtles; Turtle; Reptile; Reptiles; Emydid; Emydids; Herpetology; Herps; Animals
    • Red-Eared Sliders are extremely common all over the world thanks to pet trade, but in the wild they are native to warmer parts of the southern United States. Red-eared Sliders are omnivores and will readily eat a wide variety of plant and animals...
    • Buttermilk Racer

    • Snakes; Reptiles; Colubrids; Racer snake; Squamates
    • The Buttermilk Racer is a non-venomous species of racer snake named for the buttermilk-colored spots that it develops on its dorsal side. Its range is limited to southern Arkansas, Louisiana, and eastern Texas. The diet of this snake consists of...
    • Southern Copperhead

    • Reptiles; Reptile; Snakes; Pit vipers; Venomous; Adders; Moccasins; Vipers; Snake; Squamates; Squamate
    • Copperheads occupy a number of different habitats in the southeastern United States, including upland regions with rocky areas or wooded hillsides. It is not uncommon to find this snake along the margins of semi-urban areas. Unlike other snakes,...
    • Texas Spiny Lizard

    • Reptile; Reptiles; Lizards; Squamate; Squamates; Iguanid; Iguanids
    • The Texas Spiny Lizard prefers to live in mesquite scrub habitat in the southern United States and into Mexico where it eats a variety of insects and other small arthropods. They are commonly seen basking on fences and telephone poles.
    • Central Texas Whipsnake

    • Colubrids; Reptiles; Squamates; Snakes; Herps
    • Whipsnakes are non-venomous colubrid snakes that are most often observed in mesquite scrub environments in the southern United States, where they mainly eat lizards and very small mammals.
    • Southern Copperhead

    • Snakes; Reptiles; Reptile; Viper; Vipers; Pit vipers; Venomous; Snake
    • Copperheads occupy a number of different habitats in the southeastern United States, including upland regions with rocky areas or wooded hillsides. It is not uncommon to find this snake along the margins of semi-urban areas. Unlike other snakes,...
    • Central Texas Whipsnake

    • Colubrids; Reptiles; Squamates; Snakes; Herps
    • Whipsnakes are non-venomous colubrid snakes that are most often observed in mesquite scrub environments in the southern United States, where they eat mainly lizards and very small mammals.
    • Southern Copperhead

    • Snakes; Reptiles; Reptile; Viper; Vipers; Pit vipers; Venomous; Snake
    • Copperheads occupy a number of different habitats in the southeastern United States, including upland regions with rocky areas or wooded hillsides. It is not uncommon to find this snake along the margins of semi-urban areas. Unlike other snakes,...
    • Southern Copperhead

    • Snakes; Reptiles; Reptile; Viper; Vipers; Pit vipers; Venomous; Snake
    • Copperheads occupy a number of different habitats in the southeastern United States, including upland regions with rocky areas or wooded hillsides. It is not uncommon to find this snake along the margins of semi-urban areas. Unlike other snakes,...
    • Northern Spring Peeper

    • Frogs; Amphibian; Amphibians; Tree; Frog; Treefrog; Treefrogs; Chorus
    • The Spring Peeper is usually seen during its breeding season in shrubby or wooded areas with abundant moisture. These frogs vary greatly in coloration but can generally be relied upon to sport a cross or "X" upon thier dorsal side. The Northern...
    • Buttermilk Racer Eggs Hatchling

    • Snakes; Reptiles; Colubrids; Racer snake; Squamates; Eggs
    • The Buttermilk Racer is a non-venomous species of racer snake named for the buttermilk-colored spots that it develops on its dorsal side. Its range is limited to southern Arkansas, Louisiana, and eastern Texas. The diet of this snake consists of...
    • Buttermilk Racer Eggs Hatching

    • Snakes; Reptiles; Colubrids; Racer snake; Squamates; Eggs
    • The Buttermilk Racer is a non-venomous species of racer snake named for the buttermilk-colored spots that it develops on its dorsal side. Its range is limited to southern Arkansas, Louisiana, and eastern Texas. The diet of this snake consists of...
    • Texas Spiny Lizard

    • Lizards; Reptile; Reptiles; Squamate; Squamates
    • The Texas Spiny Lizard prefers mesquite scrub habitats in the southern United States and into Mexico where it eats a variety of insects and other small arthropods. They are commonly seen basking on fences and telephone poles.
    • Texas Spotted Whiptail

    • Lizard; Lizards; Reptile; Reptiles; Squamate; Squamates; Whiptails; Cnemidophorus
    • The Texas Spotted Whiptail is found in a few counties in extreme southern Texas and along the border of these counties in Mexico. The Texas Spotted Whiptail is native to a very arid region so it tends to stay somewhere near a permanent or other...
    • Texas Spotted Whiptail

    • Lizard; Lizards; Reptile; Reptiles; Squamate; Squamates; Whiptails; Cnemidophorus
    • The Texas Spotted Whiptail is found in a few counties in extreme southern Texas and along the border of these counties in Mexico. The Texas Spotted Whiptail is native to a very arid region so it tends to stay somewhere near a permanent or other...
    • Rio Grande Leopard Frog

    • Frogs; Amphibian; Amphibians; Lithobates; Mexican; Animals; Herps; Herpetology
    • The Rio Grande Leopard Frog inhabits permanent and non-permanent bodies of water in arid regions of the southern United States and into Mexico where it breeds explosively whenever rainfall occurs. The Rio Grande Leopard Frog will feed on insects...
    • Texas Longnose Snake

    • Snakes; Long-nose; Long-nosed; Colubrid; Colubrids; Non-venomous; Reptile; Reptiles; Squamates; Squamate; Animals; Herps; Herpetology
    • The Texas Longnose Snake gets its name from its elongated snout which it uses for burrowing. Longnose Snakes feed on lizards and amphibians and occassionally rodents and other snakes. They are nocturnal snakes and are usually seen on the crawl at...
    • Texas Longnose Snake

    • Snakes; Long-nose; Long-nosed; Colubrid; Colubrids; Non-venomous; Reptile; Reptiles; Squamates; Squamate; Animals; Herps; Herpetology
    • The Texas Longnose Snake gets its name from its elongated snout which it uses for burrowing. Longnose Snakes feed on lizards and amphibians and occassionally rodents and other snakes. They are nocturnal snakes and are usually seen on the crawl at...
    • Squirrel Tree Frog

    • Herps; Herpetology; Treefrog; Treefrogs; Frogs; Anuran; Anurans; Amphibian; Amphibians
    • The Squirrel Tree Frog is a small species of frog that is found in the southern United States from Virginia to Texas. The color and pattern of the Squirrel Tree Frog may vary, but the frog is usually green overall, sometimes with a dark bar between...
    • Texas Spiny Lizard

    • Herps; Herpetology; Lizards; Reptile; Reptiles; Iguanids; Iguanid; Camouflage
    • The Texas Spiny Lizard prefers to live in mesquite scrub habitat in the southern United States and into Mexico where it eats a variety of insects and other small arthropods. Spiny lizards are commonly seen basking on fences and telephone poles.
    • Texas Spiny Lizard

    • Herps; Herpetology; Lizards; Reptile; Reptiles; Iguanids; Iguanid
    • The Texas Spiny Lizard prefers to live in mesquite scrub habitat in the southern United States and into Mexico where it eats a variety of insects and other small arthropods. Spiny lizards are commonly seen basking on fences and telephone poles.
    • Northern Cat-eyed Snake

    • Reptiles; Reptile; Snakes; Non-venomous; Racers; Colubrids; Snake; Squamate; Squamates; Herpetology; Herp; Herps
    • The Northern Cat-eyed Snake is protected in Texas as a threatened species. It is mildly venomous and in the United States only occurs in extreme southern Texas. Its range beyond the United States extends into Mexico to Veracruz and Hidalgo. An...
    • Speckled Kingsnake

    • Snakes; Reptiles; Reptile; Squamate; Squamates; Animals; Herps; Herp; Herpetology; Non-venomous; Colubrid; Colubrids
    • The Speckled Kingsnake is often called the Salt-and-Pepper Snake. The body of the snake is usually a solid black color speckled with creamy white to yellow flecks. Speckled Kingsnakes have been known to feed on small rodents, lizards, birds, and...
    • American Bullfrog and Red-eared Sliders

    • Animals; Herps; Frogs; Anurans; Amphibians; Bullfrogs; Lithobates; Turtles; Reptiles; Emydids; Sliders (Turtles)
    • Bull Frogs are native to the eastern United States and occur in most permanent or semi-permanent bodies of water. The Bull Frog is a voracious predator and will consume most anything smaller than itself. The Bull Frog has been introduced into...
    • Ruthven's Whipsnake

    • Reptile; Reptiles; Squamate; Squamates; Snakes; Snake; Herps; Animals; Herpetology; Non-venomous; Colubrid; Colubrids; Whip; Whipsnakes; Nonvenomous; taeniatus
    • Whipsnakes are non-venomous colubrid snakes that are most often observed in mesquite scrub environments in the southern United States, where they eat mainly lizards and very small mammals.
    • Ruthven's Whipsnake

    • Reptile; Reptiles; Squamate; Squamates; Snakes; Snake; Herps; Animals; Herpetology; Non-venomous; Colubrid; Colubrids; Whip; Whipsnakes; Nonvenomous; taeniatus
    • Whipsnakes are non-venomous colubrid snakes that are most often observed in mesquite scrub environments in the southern United States, where they eat mainly lizards and very small mammals.
    • Buttermilk Racer

    • Reptiles; Snakes; Colubrids; Racer snake
    • The Buttermilk Racer is a non-venomous species of racer snake named for the buttermilk-colored spots that it develops on its dorsal side. Its range is limited to southern Arkansas, Louisiana, and eastern Texas. The diet of this snake consists of...
    • Three-lined Salamander

    • Salamanders; Caudate; Caudates; Amphibian; Amphibian; Plethodontids; Plethodontid; Animals; Herpetology; Herps; longicauda
    • The Three-lined Salamander is found in the southeastern United States, from eastern Louisiana to southern Maryland. Three-lined Salamanders may be found at almost any time of the year throughout their range in swampy areas or near slow-moving...

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