In 1970 the Texas Parks & Wildlife Department produced a film covering the relocation of a colony of Attwater's prairie chickens.
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These notes on wolf encounters in Harris County were found in the Valgene W. Lehmann papers at the Briscoe Center. They document the smaller red wolves, which are now the most endangered canids on the planet.
My research has focused on terrestrial mammals, but I've come across quite a few fishing photos along the way.
This ocelot raiding chicken coops is a little known piece of Gavleston history in the roaring 20s.
Bears were once so plentiful in Texas that their fat and meat were common fare on the tables of early Texans. I found a couple…
A jaguar account from 1847 about an encounter on the Bernard River in Brazoria County.
This except from an 1886 article puts ocelots, bison and longhorns in east central Texas in the early 19th century.