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All youth educators and youths in Texas are eligible for a free annual subscription!

Critter Connections is a quarterly, educational, interactive mini-magazine targeted for youth ages 13 and younger.  Each edition will include a species profile, puzzles, craft activities, and much more!

Sign up now for your free annual subscription (while supplies last) and you will receive the next four (4) issues of Critter Connections.  Critter Connections are published in February, April, September, and November.

Digital Subscription*:

You will receive an email on the first of the publication month with a link to a digital copy of Critter Connections to send to your students.

Hardcopy - Classroom Subscription*:

A classroom set includes 25 hardcopies of Critter Connections.  If multiple educators at one location would like to receive a class set, please subscribe individually.  If you teach more than 25 students, I recommend signing up for another set with a fellow or your student's homeroom teachers. Duplicate subscriptions will be deleted and will not receive multiple sets.

Hardcopy - Individual Subscription*:

Parents of youth ages 13 and younger are welcome to subscribe!  If there are multiple children in your household, please sign up each child individually.  Duplicate subscriptions will be deleted and will not receive multiple issues.


*For administrative purposes, please do not subscribe more than once a year.

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  • Click here to see archived issues of Critter Connections magazines.
  • Educators can visit the Youth Education page to learn about all of TWA’s Educational Programs.

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