DALHART — Over the last decade or two, pronghorn antelope numbers in the Texas Panhandle have been on the rise. According to the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department’s pronghorn program leader Shawn Gray, the population has basically doubled over the last 20 years. It’s a great success story, in part because in the 1960s TPWD had to restock the... [more]
CKWRI researcher, Dr. David Wester, was featured in a radio interview with The Texas Standard on his tanglehead research. To listen to the interview, go to http://www.texasstandard.org/stories/a-native-species-gets-pushy/.
The land of Texas is wide and plentiful, and has a host of different terrains. Through the years, it has proven to be a prime location for farming, ranching, hunting and producing energy. Its sheer size gives the uninformed an impression that its land would always have something to give us, without much back from us in return. Owners and users of... [more]
SAN ANTONIO — Drones are growing in popularity. While many use these unmanned aerial vehicles for recreation, the growth is really in commercial applications. All sorts of entrepreneurs are finding innovative ways to use drones to improve efficiency and accuracy for everyday applications. Already, drones are being tested, and in some cases used,... [more]