Caesar Kleberg Wildlife Research Institute at Texas A&M University-Kingsville
The Caesar Kleberg Wildlife Research Institute at Texas A&M University-Kingsville is the leading wildlife research organization in Texas and one of the finest in the nation. Its mission is to provide science-based information for enhancing the conservation and management of wildlife in South Texas and related environments.
South Texas is the Last Great Habitat that supports extensive populations of wildlife on a vast expanse of relatively unspoiled rangeland. This is particularly true for wild quail, especially the Northern Bobwhite... [more]
White-tailed deer are widely distributed in North America and for at least 10,000 years have been important to human beings for food, clothing, and tools. Market hunting and habitat changes in the 1800s caused a... [more]
Hunters have been a fundamental component of northern bobwhite quail conservation for most of the past century. Bobwhite quail hunters funded the ﬁrst modern comprehensive life history study of a wild vertebrate in the... [more]
The CKWRI Wildlife Management Databases Workshops allow wildlife biologists, ranch managers, and scientists the ability to collect geospatial data with an easy-to-use data collection database.