The city parks department is cleaning up a foul smelling mess left by some Egrets in a Fort Worth neighborhood.
Scientists say a lower bird population in North Texas this summer may explain why there haven’t been more human cases of the virus.
After flying off on a ‘staycation’ of sorts, the feathered friend who escaped from Summer Adventures in Fair Park has been found.
Residents of North Texas are being asked to be on the lookout! But this time the escapee is of the feathered persuasion. A flying resident of the Fort Worth Zoo has escaped.
Months after they’ve left the normally manicured neighborhood along Tanglewood Trail in Fort Worth, you can still see the clusters of abandoned egret nests in the high branches of the old trees. And landscaping in the shade of the trees still won’t grow because of the birds’ droppings.
A Texas man is in hot water with the law after cooking and eating a dove that had flown against the side of his home, broke its neck and died.
Egrets, the migratory birds known by many for the trouble they caused a Carrollton neighborhood last fall, have made a new home in Fort Worth.
A Texas man caught trying to smuggle baby parrots back from Mexico by putting the birds in his pants has been fined more than $2,600.
Egrets and Herons are back in North Texas. For one Carrollton neighborhood, that can only mean one thing – the battle is on.
A gaggle of grackles have taken over a Fort Worth shopping center, making customers duck and cover as they dart into stores to shop.
A Hurst shopping center has become the latest spot occupied by grackles, starlings and sparrows.
The egrets that have dogged a Carrollton neighborhood since May appear to have left a foul mess in their wake. The city of Carrollton will finally sanitize the street on Chamberlain Drive Wednesday morning.