For years, the southern spot-tailed earless lizard was thought to be extinct from its local habitat – but a Conservancy scientist has made an awesome discovery!
With the closing gavel of the 83rd Legislature on May 27, history was made!
Bossy, ill-mannered and sneaky, invasive species are malicious, but delicious.
Our projects benefit nearly a dozen different waterways around the state—browse these spectacular images to discover how we’re working to protect Texas’ water.
View a slideshow showcasing beautiful images of Caddo Lake.
Watch a beautiful slideshow of places we've protected throughout Texas.
Our Urban Strategies Initiative recognizes two key facts: first, that increasingly crowded urban environments will require, above all else, reliable sources of food, water and energy; and secondly, that the health and viability of those areas will depend on a strong connection to, and understanding of, natural resource management both inside and outside of cities.
The natural systems like oyster reefs, seagrass beds and wetlands that form the foundation of the Gulf of Mexico's ecology are in trouble; but thoughtful conservation can help protect what remains and restore what has been lost.
What's it like to participate in the nation's number one Audubon Christmas Bird Count?