Texas Parks & Wildlife Magazine, July 2011, Every Drop Counts
Enjoy reading and viewing the amazing photography of Texas outdoor spaces in this online magazine with highlights from around the state, including a story by Andrew Sansom about our rivers.
San Antonio-based director has eyes on San Marcos
San Antonio native and film director Taylor James Johnson says there’s potential for him filming in San Marcos and doing so soon. The filmmaker is just one of more than 100 participating in the recent San Antonio Film Festival…Johnson continued to praise San Marcos for its abundance of nature trails and animals…
Lengthy drought takes toll on Texas wildlife
Texas is now nine months into one of the worst droughts in recorded state history, and it shows no signs of abating. That’s bad news for city dwellers who must use ever less water for their lawns, but it’s worse for many wildlife and fish, which find their habitats drying up.
GAA Releases 82nd Legislative Season Scorecared
We tabulated results of key votes related to its Legislative Agenda for the 82nd Legislature. GEAA counts twenty-five House members and eight State Senators among its legislative delegation, representing an area that covers twenty-one counties in Central and South Texas – the Edwards and Trinity aquifer regions.