Wildlife

Wildlife is all around us regardless of where we live and how wild or not the world around us seems. Only a matter of observation will open a person’s eyes, along with their other senses, to the natural world of the living creatures among us. The 4-H Wildlife Project can offer opportunities for youth development beginning with observation skills leading to a lifelong ethic of stewardship for our natural resources. The 4-H Natural Resources Program provides trainings and events for youth and adults to develop and enhance the knowledge and skills necessary for an adventure in wildlife.


Wildlife Challenge

  • 2014 Roundup Wildlife Challenge Information – PDF
  • Texas 4-H Forestry Invitational Handbook – PDF
    only sections on ‘Tree Identification’ (tree list), ‘Measuring Standing Trees’, ‘Forestry Concepts’, and ‘Glossary’ are eligible Challenge material and should be studied.

 

Contact Information
Mr. Larry Hysmith
Extension Program Specialist
4180 S Highway 6 S
College Station, TX 77845
Phone: 979-845-1214 ~ Fax: 979-845-6495
Email: tx4hnaturalresources@tamu.edu

 

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