Texas Wildlife Update

Texas Wildlife Update

Raccoons invade UT music school The University of Texas had to shell out almost $15,000 recently to combat the invasion of their music school building by raccoons. The raccoons were removed from the music building and recital hall that is home to the Longhorn band....
Coyotes In Texas

Coyotes In Texas

News Update: December 12, 2019 A dog in Magnolia, Texas is being looked at as a furry hero after saving another dog from a coyote attack. A pack of urban coyotes surrounded the neighbor dog in the middle of the night. The dog ran into the neighbor’s yard trying...
The Little Known Invasive Species of Texas

The Little Known Invasive Species of Texas

Information on Nutria Nutria are considered an invasive species across some of the United States, including the state of Texas. As long as there is water nearby, nutria will hang around. They live in burrows that have openings below the water surface. They are...
Battling White Nose Syndrome

Battling White Nose Syndrome

Scientists need our help White nose syndrome, a disease that affects hibernating bat populations, has been spreading across the state of Texas in recent months. The disease has become so bad in some areas that scientists are now asking for the publics help in solving...
Urban Coyotes Spotted In Eastern Texas

Urban Coyotes Spotted In Eastern Texas

Could they be in your area? Coyotes have been spotted more frequently in urban areas in parts of eastern Texas. Residents have growing concern over the increased presence. One environmental expert says there is a good reason for the uptick in coyote sightings,...
Beavers In Texas: Update

Beavers In Texas: Update

Beavers were cause of floods in part of the state Beavers have been the cause of flooding the last year in parts of Texas. Beavers built at around three dams near a park, causing the nearby biking and hiking trails to flood, according to McKinney Animal Control....