About Us

League City Nature is a website dedicated to promoting the natural beauty and resources of League City, Texas. This website features information on a variety of topics, including birding, hiking, biking, and paddling trails, parks, and conservation. Whether you are a birdwatcher, a hiker, or just someone who enjoys spending time outdoors, League City Nature is a great place to start your exploration of the city’s natural resources.


Keep League City Beautiful Committee

The Keep League City Beautiful Citizen Committee meets monthly to provide recommendations on City projects and initiatives related to public art, placemaking opportunities, art and cultural services, programs and community events, and beautification.

League City Garden Club

Formed and federated in 1949, the Club is one of the oldest all-volunteer organizations in the City of League City. The Club funded and obtained a State Historical Commission Landmark plaque for League Park in 1981.

Galveston Bay Foundation

Galveston Bay Foundation is a conservation nonprofit that works to preserve and enhance Galveston Bay.  Their vision is a future Galveston Bay that is brimming with vitality, connected to people, and contributing to the community.

Texas Master Naturalist

The Texas Master Naturalist program is a volunteer organization that provides education, outreach, and service to communities across the state. The program has trained over 16,000 volunteers, who have impacted more than 233,000 acres of wildlife and native plant habitats. Their volunteer efforts are estimated to be worth more than $140 million to the state of Texas.

Texas Master Gardener

The Texas Master Gardener program is a volunteer program that trains people to provide horticultural-related information to their communities. Master Gardeners are trained in horticulture and follow the research-based recommendations of Texas AgriLife Extension.

Native Plant Society of Texas

The Native Plant Society of Texas is a non-profit organization that promotes the conservation and utilization of native plants in Texas. They have over 30 chapters across the state and offer a variety of educational programs and events. Their vision is a future where native habitats are managed as critically beneficial natural assets.

Houston Audobon

Houston Audubon is a conservation organization that protects birds and their habitats in the Greater Houston and Galveston regions. They own and manage nature sanctuaries, offer education programs, and advocate for bird-friendly policies. Their vision is to create a healthier, more beautiful place to live by leading and nurturing a community that values and supports birds.

Texas Parks and Wildlife Department

The Texas Parks & Wildlife Department oversees and protects wildlife and their habitats. The agency is responsible for managing the state’s parks and historical areas. Its mission is to manage and conserve the natural and cultural resources of Texas and to provide hunting, fishing, and outdoor recreation opportunities for the use and enjoyment of present and future generations.

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, the nation’s oldest conservation agency, was founded in 1871 to study declining fish populations. Today, they conserve and manage fish, wildlife, plants, and their habitats for the American people. They also offer opportunities to enjoy the outdoors and provide communities with cleaner water, flood control, and a strong economy.

Girl Scouts of America

Girl Scouts is a youth organization that empowers girls to be their best selves. Founded in 1912, Girl Scouts offers a variety of activities, including camping, community service, and learning first aid. Girls can earn badges by acquiring practical skills, and their achievements are recognized with special awards.

Boy Scouts of America

The Boy Scouts of America is a youth organization that teaches ethical and moral values to young people. The BSA’s mission is to prepare young people to make ethical and moral choices over their lifetimes. Youth are trained in responsible citizenship, character development, and self-reliance through a variety of activities.

Interested in Partnering with League City?

Contact Parks Coordinator John Orsag at 281-554-1156 or email john.orsag@leaguecitytx.gov.