A blur of iridescent green feathers buzzes through the humid fall air.
Last year, 504 whooping cranes wintered at the Aransas National Wildlife Refuge and the surrounding area. according to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s latest survey released Wednesday.
AUSTWELL – Until recently, if you wanted to watch fiddler crabs skitter across the tidal flats at the Aransas National Wildlife Refuge, you’d have to be OK with getting down in the mud with them.
On any day, a walk along the Guadalupe River should be greeted with nothing more than a natural and peaceful view. But instead, the scene is often littered with piles of illegally dumped trash.
GOOSE ISLAND STATE PARK – A retired Rockport couple got down on their hands and knees to pull up as much Guinea grass swaying in the coastal breeze as they could.
EDNA – About 150 neighbors of a fish farm are protesting its request to drill groundwater wells because they think it could either tamper with, or worse, drain their most precious resource.
An environmental advocacy group recently praised Sen. Lois Kolkhorst’s effort to fully fund state parks but said she and her counterpart in the Texas House could still be doing more to keep their constituents’ air and water clean.
A federal judge described Formosa as a “serial offender” when he ruled this week that the company had violated the Clean Water Act by discharging plastic pellets and PVC powder into Lavaca Bay and Cox Creek.
The Guadalupe River is flowing faster in the Crossroads because officials were releasing water from one lake upstream at the same time equipment failed on another.
When the floodwaters drained from Riverside Park in the days after Hurricane Harvey, lots of soil went with them, taking large chunks from the bank of the Guadalupe River.
A federal judge Wednesday heard about how effective Formosa Plastics Corp. is at catching and cleaning up pellets and powder at and around its plant in Calhoun County.
Standing before the judge, the activists’ attorney held a bagful of plastic pellets for the courtroom to see.
Researchers are using satellites to see how much flaring is occurring in the Eagle Ford Shale region rather than solely relying on data reported by industry to the state.
Jeremy Conkle is an assistant professor in the Department of Physical and Environmental Sciences at Texas A&M University Corpus Christi. The name of the department in which he works was incorrect in a story on Page A1 Monday. In the photo that accompanied the story, Ronnie Hamrick, a mem…
The smoke that billowed from tanks that caught fire Monday afternoon in DeWitt County likely contained hundreds of toxic byproducts of the oil and gas industry, environmental advocates said Tuesday.
The National Audubon Society is proposing between $10 million and $40 million be used to create barrier islands in Matagorda Bay and another $820,000 be used to increase the size of Chester Island.
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