Resources

Resources

Resources


One of the best places to learn about wild plants and animals that live in Grapevine is iNaturalist. Go to iNaturalist.org, click on the “Observations” tab at the top, enter “Grapevine, TX, USA” in the Location box, and the click on “Species” tab.

If you are interested in learning about species in a particular park, click on the “Places” tab at the top and enter the name of the park into the “Find a Place” box. For example, if you type in “Meadowmere Park” all the species that have been observed with iNaturalist in Meadowmere Park will appear.


Texas Parks and Wildlife

Texas Wildlife Identification Guide

  • This user friendly guide includes photos, descriptions, and tracks of common Texas mammals and birds.

Wildlife Fact Sheets

  • Fact sheets provide detailed information about Texas amphibians, birds, fish, invertebrates, mammals, plants, and reptiles. Does not include photos for all species.

Texas Tracks

  • Have you ever found a track and wondered what kind of animal left it? This sheet includes pictures of tracks from 9 common Texas mammals to help with identification.

Texas Birds

  • This helpful guide to Texas birds is appropriate for users of all ages and includes photos, fun facts, and description of bird calls.

Learn about Texas Insects

  • This helpful guide to Texas birds is appropriate for users of all ages and includes photos, fun facts, and description of bird calls.

Butterflies at Home

Butterflies of Texas

  • This site features beautiful photos and facts about butterfly and moth species found in Texas.

Texas A&M Forest Service

Trees of Texas

  • Everything you need to know about Texas trees can be found on this site including a comprehensive list of common Texas trees and tips for identifying and growing trees.

Wildflowers of Texas

Texas Highways

  • A helpful guide to 30 of Texas’ most common wildflowers.