Interesting — but not recommended for some people: it is real, so some might call it “graphic” or “brutal,” even though the hunting and gathering of food is the same as what we humans do (though some humans do much, much “worse.”)
Houston Wilderness has a nice Houston Atlas of Biodiversity online, a 100+ page booklet about geology, history, plants, animals, ecological regions, and more.
Get out. Observe. You’ll no doubt find some species that are not commonly seen. For contrast, as of this date, taking the top three observations: there have been 274,000 observations of Mallards; 219,000 observations of Honey Bees; 184,000 observations of Monarchs. You can get more numbers in the Observations page of iNaturalist (but click on …
You might be bored, but I loved watching the sun and shade play on the leaf. I just wish the wind would have blown the canopy leaves around more.