Michael Morrison observes bat populations at the Mojave National Preserve and other locations used as seasonal shelter, providing helpful information for both conservation efforts and public safety.
A Texas A&M AgriLife-led study will look at increasing populations of the endangered cat.
A team of scientists will develop a support system for U.S. West Coast marine communities threatened by climate change.
Texas A&M AgriLife experts remind veterinarians and animal owners to remain observant for potential anthrax cases in livestock and wildlife after recent positive cases.
More than 27,000 birds from around the state, nation and globe are preserved in the collection for research and education.
Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences researchers hope new methods will increase the number of young macaws.
Crimson and Casper have a new home at the Winnie Carter Wildlife Center, where they will receive care the rest of their lives.
Texas A&M research shows that an individual's level of empathy for wildlife can predict their support for conservation efforts.
The award will support research into new ways to help landowners monitor wildlife on their property and assist with management and conservation.
The College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences team is working toward a vaccine that would be easier to deliver.