- Texas A&M institute helping find ‘key’ to preserving endangered Florida deer
- Texas A&M institute sends up ‘bat signal’ for help from Texas landowners
- Research shows Central Texas landscapes can go ‘thirsty’ but still thrive
We are surveying bat populations in Texas to get baseline numbers in anticipation of white-nose syndrome appearing in the state and asking for help from citizens in its efforts to document bat populations in Texas. Download the form to document any bats or roosting locations you may see.
Upcoming Training Courses
Finding Success for Science through Social Media - Tips, Tools, and Tactics for Natural Resource Professionals
Riparian and Stream Ecosystems – Medina and Sabinal Rivers
The Prescribed Fire Management Portal provides convenient access to information and resources on general concepts and applications of prescribed fire management.
Texas is home to over 142 million acres of private farms, ranches and forestlands, thus leading the nation in land area devoted to privately-owned working lands.
The Trinity River Information Management System provides an outreach and planning tool for supporting land conservation and habitat restoration decisions.