Kill The Lights, Save The Birds

Kill The Lights, Save The Birds

By Cheryl Conley, TWRC     Who doesn’t love seeing the Houston skyline at night, or any big city for that matter? The buildings are all lit up like Christmas trees but did you know that the lights can have a devastating effect on migrating birds? Digital billboards, floodlights and electric signs can have the […]

IS IT A TURTLE OR A TORTOISE?

IS IT A TURTLE OR A TORTOISE?

By Cheryl Conley, TWRC

HEADIN’ SOUTH – Migratory Birds

HEADIN’ SOUTH – Migratory Birds

By Cheryl Conley, TWRC Wildlife Center

Houston Zoo: Efforts to Save Mexican Porpoise

Houston Zoo: Efforts to Save Mexican Porpoise

An international team of experts has gathered in San Felipe, Mexico at the request of the Mexican government (SEMARNAT) and has begun a bold, compassionate plan known as VaquitaCPR to save the endangered vaquita porpoise from extinction. The vaquita porpoise, also known as the ‘panda of the sea,’ is the most endangered marine mammal in the world. […]

Balloons Are Dangerous For Birds

Balloons Are Dangerous For Birds

By Cheryl Conley, TWRC Wildlife Center Really? I can remember in grade school how we all attached notes to balloons before letting them go in hopes that the balloon would be found by someone far, far away. It was exciting to think that maybe someone from New York or California would find it and contact […]

Wildlife Baby Boom

Wildlife Baby Boom

By Cheryl Conley, TWRC Wildlife Center

They’re Coming: Spring Is Here

They’re Coming: Spring Is Here

By Cheryl Conley, TWRC Wildlife Center Without the benefit of Google maps or Waze, they travel thousands of miles every year

ALDF Notice to Sue

ALDF Notice to Sue

Houston Aquarium Over Tigers

Sad Day at the Zoo

Sad Day at the Zoo

Jonathan, the Houston Zoo’s

Squirrel Babies

Squirrel Babies

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