Texas Fish & Game

The National News of Texas

August 8, 2018

Catfish So Big Dam Divers Need Shark Cages

If you have a Facebook account or e-mail  address, you have probably seen the photos of anglers in the water with huge  yellow-skinned catfish with a subject line like, “Angler’s Noodle World Record  Flathead” or something […]
August 7, 2018

Beware Of The Long-Tailed Bobcat

Bobcats have tails! Yes, the bobcat has a an actual tail. That might not seem worthy of the exclamation point there but it needs to be said emphatically. Over the last year I have examined at […]
July 25, 2018

New Info On Sea Snakes in Gulf of Mexico

Sea snakes are some of the most unusual and mysterious reptiles on the planet and their known range is limited to the Pacific and Indian Oceans. I have however uncovered a series of unique reports in the […]
July 11, 2018

Was Last American Jaguar Just Killed?

American Jaguar Only three jaguars were verified to live within the United States according to the latest scientific research. One of those three jaguars-a male named Yo’oko was just verified killed by a poacher. According to […]
July 11, 2018

Strange Créatures of Texas’ Coral Reef

The place is a true wonder of nature. Some call it a national treasure. Some call it the most beautiful reef they have ever seen. It is certainly a place anyone who desires to learn about […]
July 10, 2018

Rare Look At Coyote Pups (Video)

Coyote Pups Wild canids are special to me. On the North American front I am particularly fond of red wolves, coyotes and their hybrids the “coywolf”. The red wolf is declared extinct in the wild other […]
July 4, 2018

Ursus Americanus – Black Bear in Texas

Black Bear The tracks were so fresh I expected to see their maker appear at any second. Nearly as wide as my two hands combined and nearly as long as my foot there was no doubt these […]
July 4, 2018

Eagle Poaching Must Stop

We addressed youth poaching in the March and June editions of Texas Fish & Game but there is much more to say. And on the 4th of July it starts with tackling the ugly trend of eagle […]
June 12, 2018

Texas Cactus Deemed Endangered-Do Not Chop or Bring Home!

In 1979 with fewer than 200 plants known to exist, the Tobusch fishhook cactus was thought to be almost extinct. Thanks to the hard work and dedication of multiple partners including the Texas Parks and Wildlife […]
June 12, 2018

Whitetails With Rabies And The Elusive Avery Island Subspecies

Of all game animals in the world, whitetails are the most unique and multi-faceted, spawning tons of debate around the campfire. That is why this week in our fourth installment of this six-part series; we are […]
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