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Texas Parks and Wildlife Department

Living the Dream by Living History

For interpreter Laura Fisher, living history every day is living the dream. “Not only do we preserve history by keeping traditions and techniques alive, but we get to pass it on,” said Fisher, who joined the staff at the Barrington…

Science-based Wildlife Management

Bald eagle. Pronghorn antelope. Rio Grande turkey. Each iconic species was diverted from extinction’s path by science-based wildlife management. Science-based wildlife management uses actions such as monitoring species, evaluating…

The Bald Eagle in Coastal Texas

The bald eagle, our national emblem, is one of the most charismatic birds in Texas. It’s a species that people will stop to watch; it gives people a sense of wilderness. It’s also a species that was almost eliminated as a breeder in Texas.…

Monarch Butterflies

With its brilliant orange and black wings, the monarch is one of the most recognizable butterflies. Some call it the “king of the butterflies.” The name “monarch” can be traced back to early North American settlers who named the impressive…