DALLAS — As many people in the southern U.S. hosted neighbors who had no heat or water during the vicious February storm and deep freeze, Kate Rugroden provided a refuge for shell-shocked bats. Starving and
Texas Parks and Wildlife Department
The adult male that weighed about 160 pounds was legally killed by a deer hunter. Meanwhile, wildlife officials and a county sheriff have disagreed on whether a mountain lion could be responsible for the Dec.
Giant salvinia, a highly invasive, free-floating aquatic fern that can double in size in less than a week under ideal growing conditions, is one of the major threats to aquatic ecosystems in Texas.
State wildlife officials are hoping a necropsy will help them figure out how a large mountain lion wound up in a North Texas county.
The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department says the state has roughly 2 million acres of bays and estuaries vulnerable to freeze. It’s closing some fishing spots in deeper waters, where wildlife officials say surviving fish
And Lake Austin infestation the second in Colorado River basin.
Aquarium officials look to find home for threatened species in Caddo Lake.
State taking steps, following plan to deploy early detection and containment strategy