I’ve been studying urban wildlife here in the metroplex for just over fifteen years now. Over that time I have had many encounters that I […]
Rowlett Mountain Lion Confirmed!
Dateline – November 23, 2020 – Rowlett, Texas This is a wildlife sighting confirmation fifteen years in the making. I’ve been investigating Mountain Lion reports […]
The Painted Coyote
Dateline – Summer 2020 – Dallas, Texas Some of you may remember from a few years ago a story I did about an encounter with […]
This Place in the Woods – Deep Winter and Early Spring
Have you ever wondered what goes on in that little patch of bottomland woods you pass by everyday on your drive to work? You know […]
A Whole Lotta Otters
North American River Otters in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex It may be something of a surprise to learn that we have a population of North […]
Losing Lemmon Lake
I first discovered Lemmon Lake early one morning in the Summer of 2012. Glimpses of the deep blue water could be seen through breaks in […]
Ah, Uptown, the new urbanist haven. Young urban professionals thrive here, but has wildlife found a way? An email with an interesting query hit my […]
Are there Coyotes and Bobcats in YOUR Neighborhood?
Bobcats and Coyotes are some of the most misunderstood animals living here with us in the DFW Metroplex. Because they are predators, Bobcats and Coyotes […]
The Wilds of Downtown Dallas
Is there any place in the metroplex more quintessentially urban than downtown Dallas? Could there be a more fun or interesting place to look for […]
The Beaver from the Black River
I noted this burrow on the bank of the Trinity River while out on a hike early one morning back in May. There was plenty […]
Two Coyotes and a Dog
Dateline – February 12, 2017, Dallas, Texas I’ve already posted about this encounter on our Facebook group, but I wanted to include the story here […]
Mountain Lions in the Metroplex?
This spring has been the season of Mountain Lion sightings in the Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex. I have received an unusual number of sighting reports over […]