The Texas horned lizard—or “horny toad”—used to inhabit a majority of Texas’s landscape, but since the 1960s, the state reptile population has dwindled. A program at San Antonio Zoo aims to reverse this trend by working with private landowners to introduce zoo-hatched lizards in targeted areas. Texas Country Reporter tags along for the volunteer event, where baby horned lizards are released under the supervision of Dr. Andy Gluesenkamp, director of conservation at the San Antonio Zoo.