My cat was a fearless hunter who stalked the countryside—until she squared off with a rattlesnake.
San Antonio, Dallas, and Fort Worth all place in the U.S. Postal Service’s list of the top fifteen worst offenders, too.
Not all of them are trained service animals.
Emergency crews are on a mission in a half-shell.
Meet the furry good luck totem of Houston Heights.
The zoo’s residents are no fans of the Dodgers.
We sat down with our former staffer to talk about his new book, 'American Wolf: A True Story of Survival and Obsession in the West'.
How to handle the zit-sized pustule that those evil little @$*!%*#@%&!s leave behind.
That is some expensive steak.
As people begin to pick up the pieces after Harvey, Best Friends Animal Society seeks to reunite furry companions with their humans.
Just look at these little guys.
When Hurricane Harvey hit Hungerford, seventeen-year-old Logan Goudeau and her community came together to save their livestock. By helicopter.
Bretagne was always good at finding things when others couldn't. But her defining moment came in September 2001, when she traveled to New York City with Texas Task Force 1 in the days following the terrorist attack on the World Trade Center.
The lessons learned in 2005 informed the rescue operations in Houston and the Gulf Coast.
The fierce black birds have been terrorizing the UT campus. But that’s nothing new.
Three-month-old Kyara died on Monday.
The perils and joys of female bullfighters in South Texas.
So much for second chances.
A Manor man who left his puppy in the car in a Walmart parking lot is facing Class A misdemeanor charges.
Pronghorn were almost perfectly fitted to the West Texas landscape. And then people started building fences.
”Sergeant Carroll was alerted by the mother duck” to the situation.
The Bolivar Peninsula is for the birds. Literally.
In West Texas, we've learned to live with our slithery neighbors. Not that we have a choice.
$90,000 of bees were stolen from a Danbury resident as bee rustling is on the rise.
A tale of cloned meat.
Checking in with the Bee County Bigfoot Research Group.
The Beaumont Man Who Killed Two Whooping Cranes Fined And Barred From Owning Firearms For Five Years
Whooping crane advocates hope that the sentence will deter future incidents.
When a teenage boy brazenly shot two endangered whooping cranes outside Beaumont, his act unleashed widespread anger and resulted in a quick arrest—and revealed just how difficult it can be to save a species.
Millions of creatures migrate to, from, and through Texas every year. Here are a few not to miss.
A day in the life of a mobile large-animal veterinarian.
Finding love through the pain.
Taking stock of small-town stock shows.
The city launched an initiative to address the loose dog problem of South Dallas.
H3N2 is ”highly contagious,” according to veterinarians, but with a low mortality rate—so be aware, but don’t panic.
The green anole is being displaced by its faster, fiercer relative, the brown anole.
An (extremely) amateur ornithologist’s examination of the monk parakeet and its time in Texas.
A little good news amidst the devastation.
Will border politics crush Mission’s attempt to brand itself as the butterfly capital of America before that dream takes wing?
Jaguar cub! Jaguar cub! Jaguar cub!
Today in cat-shaming/fat-shaming: the tale of Skinny, one of the world’s heaviest cats, who is now just one of the world’s cats.
The cold-blooded killer met its unceremonious end off of I-35 and was found early on Friday morning.
A colorful man with a colorful bird had a hard time in the Tyler police station.
Shipyard worker breaks every rule of gator safety and pays the ultimate price.
There are gators aplenty in East and South Texas, yet no Texan has ever been killed since records have been kept, despite close calls like what happened recently with a Chambers County boy.
Long may Bella keep the grounds free of rodents.
Time to double-check the locks on your barns.
Park rangers in Eisenhower State Park discovered something odd and awe-inspriring in the wake of recent flooding.
When torrential storms brought raging flood waters to their ranch in Eastland, the Barrett family took to the muddy waters to rescue their prized horses.
Can we save our beloved ant-eating, blood-spurting, quickly disappearing state reptile?
With an endangered population that continues to be poached for its horns, every preventative measure—even odd ones—should be considered.