'Wild DFW' to be released in the spring

The North Texas nature guide by Amy Martin is set to be released in April.

While the amount of dirt-trails is sparse for DFW’s size and population, the quality and variety are good. 

Local cities invest millions in paved paths, yet largely ignore the public’s passion for soft-surface trails. 

Creek restoration is promised, but it still takes an activist to move it along.

A Dallas creek advocate's story provides a step-by-step guide to saving nature in the city.

Here are the top viewing spots for these magnificent birds.

The local pair made headlines, but bald eagles inhabit many North Texas reservoirs, rivers and wetlands. 

Some raptors can pick off backyard birds while they're munching on bird seed.

The nature preserve became the mission of a DeSoto musician after a housing development failed.

Three eco-professionals in North Texas talk about their "wild" youth.

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