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Nature Notes | Ice Age Adventure

At Midland's Sibley Center, an Ice Age Adventure is Underway By Andrew Stuart Mammoths and mastodons. Camels and horses. Giant ground sloths. Beavers the size of...

Texas State Parks invites Texans to join in celebrating 100 years...

H-E-B Supports Centennial Celebration with $1 Million Donation AUSTIN— The Centennial Celebration of Texas State Parks is right around the corner, and park lovers are...

Planting the Fall Garden

No Such Thing as a Green Thumb By Joy ScottTexas Master Gardener

Nature Notes | Lizard Camp

At “Lizard Camp,” Scientific and Personal Discovery on the Dell City Dunes By Andrew Stuart Women have made critical contributions to the sciences for centuries. But...

GMNP to begin accepting wilderness camping reservations

Salt Flat, Texas – Beginning September 30, 2022, visitors will be able to book reservations in advance, for the park’s ten hike-in...

Guadalupe Mountains National Park to mark 50 years

Salt Flat, Texas – Visitors are invited to join the staff and volunteers of Guadalupe Mountains National Park as we commemorate the park’s 50th Anniversary...

Nature Notes | At Paquime, Unearthing a Great Prehistoric City’s Deep...

At Paquime, Unearthing a Great Prehistoric City's Deep Local Roots By Andrew Stuart Paquime, or Casas Grandes – a few hours drive from El Paso in...

Water Wise Landscaping with Native Plants

No Such Thing as a Green Thumb By Joy ScottTexas Master Gardener

Nature Notes | Visiting Paquime

Visiting Paquime, the Ancient “Water City” of the Chihuahuan Desert By Andrew Stuart “There are many houses of great size, strength and height,” the Spanish chronicler...

Nature Notes | The Lost Oak of the Chisos

The Lost Oak of the Chisos: In Big Bend, a Win for Biodiversity Has Global Resonance By Andrew Stuart “These are the days of miracle and...
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