Dr. Megan Clayton, Associate Professor and Extension Range Specialist with the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service and one of NRI’s partners in support of RREA, is seeking to address the widespread lack of plant knowledge with a new program that puts the spotlight on Texas vegetation.
Abatement efforts to reduce the negative impacts associated with wild pigs remain essential to the conservation of natural resources and native wildlife. Learn more about the impact of wild pigs on ground-nesting birds in our latest short video.
Read about the Ogallala Aquifer Virtual Summit, see the featured map, meet a scientist & more in this issue of Conservation Matters.
Activity Patterns and Behavioral Modifications of Feral Swine in North America and Eurasian Boar in Europe
One means of understanding wild pig biology and behavior is turning to their not-so-distant relatives, the Eurasian boar. Read more to see how we examine the differences between North American feral swine and Eurasian boar research focused on the activity patterns and behavioral modifications of these animals in response to both human control efforts and environmental influences.
Summer is fast approaching, and that means summer camps are on the horizon. But not all summer camp experiences are created equal...
Texas Brigades is accepting applications for its summer Brigade Camps. Applications are due online by March 15.