Parks, wildlife

The Recovering America’s Wildlife Act would send $50 million to Texas each year to help species on the brink.

The campaign encourages Texans to turn off lights during peak spring migration from April 22 to May 12.

LLELA brings back trail run

The 2600-acre nature preserve hosts a 6K and 1-mile Fun Run on April 23. 

The nonprofit, located on the Texas Border, has been the target of conspiracy theorists.

Twenty years ago, a poet and a lawyer joined forces to save a beloved parcel of Oak Cliff nature.

The Jefferson 12th Street Connector will be demolished to make way for Kevin W. Sloan Park.

Providence Village was recently recognized for making its ponds safer for ducklings.

Rogers Wildlife Rehab Center recently launched a crowdsourcing campaign to buy a generator.

Citizen scientists will be key to compiling a global database of photos of plants in the wild. 

The 200-acre Dogwood Canyon Audubon Center kicks off its 10-year anniversary on Oct. 2.