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The restoration of black bears in Arkansas is a wonderful conservation success story, and Arkansas Game and Fish Commission (AGFC) remains dedicated to monitoring the health of the population.  It is estimated that the Arkansas bear population is over 5,000 AGFC monitors their population growth or decline closely. Caesar Kleberg Wildlife Research Institute’s Dr. Clay Hilton has been involved with… [more]
Texas Native Seeds has been working with the Harris County Flood Control District to create a native seed mix that could reduce storm damage. Learn more about the collaborative project by clicking links below. Houston Chronicle - Grass from a new Southeast Texas native seed mix will resist storms and drought KHOU 11 - What’s being done to protect the Houston Area from Future Flooding ABC 13 -… [more]
The Caesar Kleberg Wildlife Research Institute has the opportunity to award annual scholarships to Institute graduate students and Range and Wildlife Management undergraduate students who have demonstrated outstanding academic and professional excellence in their progress towards attaining either an advanced degree (M.S. or Ph.D.) in range and wildlife management or a bachelor’s degree in range… [more]
French Science and Life magazine recently published an article about the legend of the Chupacabra. CKWRI's Dr. Scott Henke provides his interpretation of scientific research (using genetic analysis) that is likely the explanation of these creatures. Read the full (translated) article below. Chupacabra: the vampire, the alien and the canine In less than 30 years, the Chupacabra has become a… [more]