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KINGSVILLE (August 3, 2023) — Researchers with the Caesar Kleberg Wildlife Research Institute (CKWRI) at Texas A&M University-Kingsville have been awarded two contracts from the Department of the Interior’s U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service totaling nearly $14 million for ocelot conservation efforts and to research possible impacts of border barrier infrastructure construction on animal… [more]
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Read about conservation perspectives and threats of wildlife disease in South Texas, northern bobwhites and habitat fragmentation, conservation of nesting waterbirds along the Texas coast, if gray hawks are an urban success story and more in the Spring 2023 issue of Caesar Kleberg Tracks magazine.  
Whether you are interested in WILD CATS, DEER, QUAIL, WATERFOWL, WILD TURKEYS, or HABITAT RESTORATION, you'll want to check out CKWRI's 2021-2022 CURRENT RESEARCH REPORT now available online!