Texas Parks and Wildlife Department
A North Texas lake has its own version of the Lock Ness monster.
Deer hunting in Dallas County could soon become a reality. The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department is taking comments on that proposal online and in meetings across the state.
Researchers studying what has caused pronghorn in West Texas to die off will wait until at least next year to relocate more of the animals to the area because of the ongoing drought.
A new predator is moving in on pets in Mansfield: Coyotes.
A competition aimed at curbing the feral hog problem in Texas has resulted in the demise of 12,632 of the animals that damage or destroy hundreds of millions of dollars in crops and ranchland every year.
Authorities have found the body of a pilot missing after his plane was found in an East Texas lake.
Recent test on 14 North Texas reservoirs shows Zebra Mussels appear to be contained to one lake, but state authorities still want boaters to take precautions to prevent their spread.
The Texas Parks and Wildlife Commission is talking about a proposal to allow whitetail deer bowhunting in three North Texas counties.
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.
Just days before Labor Day weekend Lake Grapevine has had a massive fish kill. Thousands of dead fish dot the lake’s shoreline, and can be found floating on top the water.
Beginning Thursday, qualified hunters will be able to take to the skies to take aim at the state’s burgeoning feral hog population.