Hackberry hackers spook North Texans

Hackberry leafrollars defoliated hundreds of hackberries across North Texas in recent weeks.

DFW urban biologist Sam Kieschnick has recorded 100,000 observations on iNaturalist.org.

Texas Parks and Wildlife Department granted one out of six requests submitted by Texans for Mountain Lions.

'Wild DFW' to be released in the spring

The North Texas nature guide by Amy Martin is set to be released in April.

Heather van Waasbergen plans to become a wildlife veterinarian.

We can teach kids safe ways to explore the natural world.

A tree service business and a wood products store were started by two Arlington neighbors.

Texan by Nature is using its influence to advocate for conservation programs such as Lights Out Texas.

While the amount of dirt-trails is sparse for DFW’s size and population, the quality and variety are good. 

Local cities invest millions in paved paths, yet largely ignore the public’s passion for soft-surface trails. 

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