With general deer hunting season opening this weekend, the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department is reminding hunters throughout the state to properly dispose of carcasses from harvested deer to help prevent the spread of infectious diseases in deer. This is particularly important for those taken inside the Trans-Pecos, South Central … Read More

Fall signals mating season for the asp, which means clusters of the woolly caterpillars start to appear in wooded areas and trees, often in back yards. While they may look cute and cuddly, asp caterpillars are considered North America’s most venomous caterpillar and should be avoided at all costs. … Read More

Source: Texas Parks and Wildlife Department | Oct. 29, 2019

Deer hunters hoping for a change in the weather may be in luck for opening weekend of general deer season as weather forecasters predict cooler temperatures across the state. With an estimated 5.3 million deer in the … Read More

Many hunters feed deer. The perceived benefits of feeding include the hope of larger antlers, better body condition and survivability. The practice of supplementation in feeders is based on the assumption that food is a limiting factor to deer. In actuality, food is less limiting in Texas and Oklahoma than … Read More

The Texas A&M Natural Resources Institute (NRI) has recently published the Texas Quail Atlas, a free online resource and the newest “story map” to be developed by the institute. The online atlas was developed as a collaborative effort of the Reversing the Decline of Quail in Texas Initiative and the … Read More

Source: Texas Parks and Wildlife Department 

With quail hunting season opening Saturday, Oct. 26 statewide, Texas Parks and Wildlife Department (TWPD) wildlife biologists predict … Read More

This month’s episode of the Dr. Dale on Quail podcast focuses on the second most abundant yet equally loved quail species in Texas: The blue quail. Also known as scaled quail or cottontops, blues prefer to run rather than fly, offering hunters a unique challenge compared to pursuing their bobwhite cousins. Join … Read More

From bats and spiders to pumpkins, the Lone Star State is home to some of the most iconic symbols of Halloween. Texas A&M AgriLife experts provide some interesting facts about some of these seemingly spooky Texas residents.

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