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SJRA Awards

SJRA Awards This year, SJRA has won numerous awards, highlighting the hard work that the River Authority puts into taking care of the best water...

Dead Trees; Why Not Leave Them?

Friends of Texas Wildlife: Dead Trees; Why Not Leave Them? With the ongoing effects of the most recent drought in many parts of Texas, it...

Do You Know About CWD?

Do You Know About CWD? You don’t have to get too far out of the city to see white-tailed deer. They are highly adaptable and...

Raccoons; Clever and Mischievous

Friends of Texas Wildlife: Raccoons; Clever and Mischievous Raccoons are very common throughout Texas and North America, and they are extremely adaptable to different habitats.  In...

Vultures – The Big Uglies!

Fishing Hole Nature: Vultures – The Big Uglies!   Historically called buzzards, the vultures we most often see in our area are either turkey vultures or...

Big Box Birds

Go to any garden center of a big box store in our area and you will see birds – inside and outside.  They will...

Why Does My Night Owl Think It’s an Early Bird?

Why Does My Night Owl Think It’s an Early Bird? We’ve all heard the expressions “night owl” and “early bird”.  Most of the wildlife animals...

Fighting Invasive Plants on Lake Conroe

Reservoir owners and operators in Southeast Texas are all familiar with the concept of non-native, or invasive, aquatic vegetation growing in their waters and...

Natures Clean Up Crew

OK, if we’re being honest, this month’s featured animal isn’t exactly known for being beautiful.  How often have you heard anyone utter the phrase...

Cedar Waxwings; Flying While Intoxicated?

In our part of Texas, it’s always exciting around mid-December or so to once again hear the high-pitched “zeeeeeeeeee” in the trees as flocks...

SJRA Awards

SJRA Awards This year, SJRA has won numerous awards, highlighting the hard work that the River Authority puts into taking care of the best water...

Dead Trees; Why Not Leave Them?

Friends of Texas Wildlife: Dead Trees; Why Not Leave Them? With the ongoing effects of the most recent drought in many parts of Texas, it...

Do You Know About CWD?

Do You Know About CWD? You don’t have to get too far out of the city to see white-tailed deer. They are highly adaptable and...

Raccoons; Clever and Mischievous

Friends of Texas Wildlife: Raccoons; Clever and Mischievous Raccoons are very common throughout Texas and North America, and they are extremely adaptable to different habitats.  In...

Vultures – The Big Uglies!

Fishing Hole Nature: Vultures – The Big Uglies!   Historically called buzzards, the vultures we most often see in our area are either turkey vultures or...

Big Box Birds

Go to any garden center of a big box store in our area and you will see birds – inside and outside.  They will...

Why Does My Night Owl Think It’s an Early Bird?

Why Does My Night Owl Think It’s an Early Bird? We’ve all heard the expressions “night owl” and “early bird”.  Most of the wildlife animals...

Fighting Invasive Plants on Lake Conroe

Reservoir owners and operators in Southeast Texas are all familiar with the concept of non-native, or invasive, aquatic vegetation growing in their waters and...

Natures Clean Up Crew

OK, if we’re being honest, this month’s featured animal isn’t exactly known for being beautiful.  How often have you heard anyone utter the phrase...

Cedar Waxwings; Flying While Intoxicated?

In our part of Texas, it’s always exciting around mid-December or so to once again hear the high-pitched “zeeeeeeeeee” in the trees as flocks...

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