The blind, elusive Bone Cave harvestman was at the center of a right-wing attempt to weaken the Endangered Species Act.
An escape in 1950 inspired my novel. The wildly different public reactions show how much our relationship to animals has changed.
Wildlife biologist Larry Weishuhn explains the changes he’s seen in his lifetime of Texas woodsmanship.
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It’s easy to forget that fire ants are actually an invasive species.
What happens when hundreds of thousands of people go to the same place looking for a little quiet time? One of our two national parks is finding out.
State climatologist John Nielsen-Gammon says we need to be ready for more triple-digit days and more humidity.
Dottie Carter shares her memories of life in Uncertain, Texas.
Our state tree has been genetically transformed to meet the global nut market’s demand. But what’s good for the world may not be great for Texas.
I’ve spent the past half century immersing myself in Texas’s clear, cool waters. But if development and drought have their way, I may be the last of my kind.
Proposed regulations have prompted an intense backlash from hunters, trappers, and landowners.
Set to open later this year, it'll give North Texans 4,871 scenic acres to roam.
Here’s what half a billion dollars buys in luxury golf amenities.
This peaceful spot near Houston is perfect for families, history buffs, and first-time campers.
Well, that might be a stretch. But these six Texas hikes will start your 2023 off right.