Category: What’s New

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Feb2022
Desert bighorn sheep and mule deer have experienced widespread declines in distribution and abundance in the Texas Trans-Pecos. While translocation efforts have been successful in reviving these species, the ongoing expansion of aoudad populations across the region have raised concern for native species survival. Similarities in physiology and native range ... Read More
February 22, 2022Stacey Dewald
Artist Instagram – Earl Nottingham

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Jan2022
Earl Nottingham has been entranced with photography since he was a kid. His brother gave him a Polaroid Swinger camera when he was ten, and he stalked the neighborhood cats as his photo subjects. In junior high a friend’s dad owned a photography studio and showed him how a film ... Read More
January 31, 2022Stacey Dewald
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Jan2022
The West Texas Chapter of Safari Club International has made a $10,000 donation to support two wildlife research projects underway at the Borderlands Research Institute (BRI) at Sul Ross State University.
January 31, 2022Stacey Dewald
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Jan2022
Daniel Wilcox has always had an innate curiosity about how the world works and how natural systems work together. He grew up in Forney, Texas, hunting and fishing, and was also involved in FFA and agricultural-related pursuits all through high school.
January 27, 2022Stacey Dewald
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Jan2022
For over 40 years, Earl Nottingham has been telling the story of Texas and much of the American Southwest through his photography.
January 27, 2022Stacey Dewald
Zoe at STP

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Dec2021
Zoe Carroll has been influenced to pursue a wildlife-related career for her entire life. “My family did several cross-country camping trips when I was little, and we visited national parks across the United States,” said Carroll. “My mom loved to birdwatch and we enjoyed being outdoors and seeing all of ... Read More
December 13, 2021Stacey Dewald
Artists Square – Mary Baxter

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Dec2021
For more than three decades Mary Baxter has made a living as a successful artist, producing hundreds of works inspired by the desert landscapes of West Texas. She has always been interested in art, but after she graduated from college, she didn’t think it could be a viable career.
December 13, 2021Stacey Dewald
Insta – Mary Baxter Podcast

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Dec2021
For more than three decades Mary Baxter has made a living as a successful artist, producing hundreds of works inspired by the desert landscapes of West Texas.
December 7, 2021Stacey Dewald
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Nov2021
Thanks to a generous donation from a longtime supporting donor, the Borderlands Research Institute (BRI) is enhancing West Texas habitat research efforts that will benefit native wildlife. John L. Nau III has committed $1 million over the next five years to support BRI’s Habitat Enhancement Project.
November 15, 2021Stacey Dewald

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Nov2021
The West Texas Chapter of Safari Club International has made a $10,000 donation to support two wildlife research projects underway at the Borderlands Research Institute (BRI) at Sul Ross State University.
November 8, 2021Stacey Dewald