The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department and Audubon Texas are now accepting applications for the Bird City Texas Program’s community certification. Communities selected each year must meet certain criteria showing how their city is working to protect birds and their habitat.
As slim pickings and high prices prevail in the meat aisles at local grocery stores, Crossroads ranchers are turning to the reliable source of beef in their pastures.
With COVID-19 still a threat, parents may be tempted to leave a child in the vehicle while they run into the store. Leaving a child in a vehicle, which can quickly heat up, is always a dangerous idea – even if it is for a very short time.
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