Meet the wildlife expert who cultivates love for the 300,000 bats of Waugh Drive Bridge.
Texas Parks and Wildlife Department
Long considered “trash fish,” alligator gar have patrolled Texas rivers for millions of years. Now this living fossil may finally be getting its due.
A local dispute over a company’s proposal to dredge 900,000 tons of river sand is the latest sign of rampant growth in the Hill Country.
Wildlife experts are airlifting and trucking pronghorn into West Texas in hopes of replenishing a shrinking population.
How a felon with a fake name convinced a federal agency and the Texas General Land Office to fast-track a controversial project in Port Aransas.
Texas Parks and Wildlife commissioner Kelcy Warren is also the CEO of controversial pipeline builder Energy Transfer Partners.
With its display of mangled carcasses, is Gatorfest really the best way to honor the reptile?
Wildlife habitats: surprisingly close to home.
At home with the exotic animals in Lampasas.