Fort Worth native Jeff Quayle has searched for plants for 30 years and made some unique discoveries.

The developer's new plan leaps first hurdle after Colleyville City Council voted down earlier proposal.

Kathy Rogers, founder of Rogers Wildlife Rehabilitation Center, died this month at age 73.

Two beloved trees will be recognized in West Dallas and Groesbeck on Saturday and Sunday.

A handfull of state bills moving through the Texas Legislature aim to stifle local control, say environmental advocates.

April 6, 2023

If you want to go where the buffalo call home, just stop by the Fort Worth Nature Center and Refuge.

Bison have been roaming around the Cowtown venue for 50 years.

According to Friends of the Fort Worth Nature Center and Refuge, it’s the only publicly accessible bison herd in North Texas.

The Marty Leonard Lotus Marsh Boardwalk is getting a new addition.

A state lawmaker has filed a bill, proposing that eminent domain be used to save Fairfield Lake State Park.

Armadillos became an official state mascot in 1995 but they first gained notoriety in a 1973 country song.

The city is hiring a contractor to mulch up to 50 acres of privet at the 220-acre Tandy Hills Natural Area in February.

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