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.
We present a scientific basis for implementing quail harvest guidelines in South Texas. The first step is to make an estimate (number of birds per acre or number of acres per bird) of how many quail are present in a... [more]
Lyman Cornelius smith was an american innovator and industrialist. His first business venture in 1873 was to open a livestock commission in New York. Th is business failed but by 1877, he and his family were in the... [more]
A decades-long tradition of good land stewardship and aggressive bobwhite management and research across roughly 20 million acres of native rangeland was recognized here last week as South Texas became the nation’s... [more]
A Texas Summit on Climate and the Environment - November 20-21 in San Marcos. [more]
We are pleased to announce that Dr. Dale McCullough, emeritus professor of wildlife biology at the University of California, Berkeley will be presenting two lectures for the Killam Lectureship this year. He has... [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.