Posts From Editorial Staff

“The heavy, in some cases record-setting, rains that swamped much of the state this year have been a great blessing to wildlife and the landscape on which those resources depend, fueling explosive growth vegetation that provides crucial food and cover

By Jason Shipman The Caesar Kleberg Wildlife Research Institute (CKWRI) recently hosted its annual Deer Associates Meeting at the JW Marriott in San Antonio. Academics, wildlife professionals, landowners, and deer enthusiasts gathered to hear presentations highlighting the findings of current

A Colorado mother considers herself very fortunate her child escaped serious harm from a mountain lion last month. According to Colorado Parks and Wildlife (CPW), the mother fought off one mountain lion that attacked her child outside her home. That

Hunters can start making plans for the upcoming seasons now by applying for the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department’s Drawn Hunts. The online system is currently accepting applications and the first hunt category deadline is less than a month away.

U.S. Reps. Don Young (R-Alaska) and Debbie Dingell (D-Mich.) have introduced the bipartisan Recovering America’s Wildlife Act (H.R. 5650), calling for $1.3 billion in existing revenue from the development of energy and mineral resources on federal lands and waters be

By Rick Perry From the whitetail and mule deer habitat of the Davis Mountains to the redfish waters of Matagorda Bay, Texas was beautiful long before settlers got here. The question that has long been on my mind is this.