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.
Houston Safari Club published an article in Bush Telegraph about one of Caesar Kleberg Wildlife Research Institute graduate student, Corey Lange and what he has been up to since becoming a 2013 Scholarship Recipient. [more]
Canaries in a coal mine are sentinels for a bad omen. Through observation they can reveal a problem (carbon monoxide gas) before humans can otherwise perceive it. Arthropods may figuratively be the “canary” in... [more]
Ocelots already are endangered in the U.S. and since the mid-20th century, have started living in the shallow end of the gene pool. The cats, only around 50 to 100 animals living in two groups in southern Texas, must... [more]
The 14th South Texas Wildlife Conference will be held in Floresville, Texas August 20-21, 2014. Make plans to attend this event hosted by CKWRI, TWA and TPWD! [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.