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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...

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...

If Truth “Bee” Told

Would you believe that mankind’s future on this planet depends on the honey bee? It’s only been in the last few years that I’ve...

Opossums; The All-American Marsupial

For the month of July, we wanted to honor a uniquely American animal; the opossum!  Of all the native wildlife we care for, the...

Re-Nesting Birds of Prey

Re-Nesting Birds of Prey In our part of Texas, birds of prey start nesting very early in the year, with the largest birds (bald eagles...

Common House Sparrows. Angry, Angry Birds!

Common House Sparrows. Angry, Angry Birds! “Without question the most deplorable event in the history of American ornithology was the introduction of the English Sparrow.” –W.L....

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...

Baby, Maybe It’s Cold Outside

Well, the holidays are fast approaching, and we are surrounded by images of winter wonderlands, snowmen, pine trees that would never survive our hot...

Please Leave the Leaves!

Although many people would argue that we do not have “seasons” here in our part of Texas, one glance around your yard these days...

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...

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...

If Truth “Bee” Told

Would you believe that mankind’s future on this planet depends on the honey bee? It’s only been in the last few years that I’ve...

Opossums; The All-American Marsupial

For the month of July, we wanted to honor a uniquely American animal; the opossum!  Of all the native wildlife we care for, the...

Re-Nesting Birds of Prey

Re-Nesting Birds of Prey In our part of Texas, birds of prey start nesting very early in the year, with the largest birds (bald eagles...

Common House Sparrows. Angry, Angry Birds!

Common House Sparrows. Angry, Angry Birds! “Without question the most deplorable event in the history of American ornithology was the introduction of the English Sparrow.” –W.L....

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...

Baby, Maybe It’s Cold Outside

Well, the holidays are fast approaching, and we are surrounded by images of winter wonderlands, snowmen, pine trees that would never survive our hot...

Please Leave the Leaves!

Although many people would argue that we do not have “seasons” here in our part of Texas, one glance around your yard these days...

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