Tag Archives: Research

Where to Report Wildlife Sightings

Texas’ landowners, land managers, and outdoor enthusiasts always have their eyes and ears on Texas wildlife. But even if the time you spend in nature is just walking your kids to school, you will probably be lucky enough to see wildlife at some point in your day. Depending on where you live – urban or rural, Panhandle or Valley, Trans-Pecos or Piney Woods – common species that you typically see might include fox squirrels, mourning doves, or green anoles. Every so often though, you might see something… different!… Read More →

Welcome AgriLife’s Newest Researcher

As of October 1st, Texas A&M AgriLife Research and Extension Center in Uvalde welcomed Dr. Tammi Johnson as the new assistant professor of wildlife disease ecology. Dr. Johnson was born and raised on a cattle ranch in Thermopolis, Wyoming, which is located east of Grand Teton National Park. After graduating with her bachelor’s degree in biology and minor in chemistry from University of Mary, Dr. Johnson acquired a technician job with Kansas State. The position was to help a master’s student map prairie dog colonies and mark individual… Read More →