Still making waves.

Very proud to say that our James A. Davidson grant, which provides funding for Texas Wild, has been featured in American Association of State Colleges and Universities biweekly newsletter under grants!

Texas longhorn

 

3 thoughts on “Still making waves.

  1. Lots of good and deserved news of late. Keep up the good work and continue with the interesting still and video posts.

    • George,
      It’s great to hear from you. Thank you for your kind words on the article. We apologize for our late response to your question pertaining to field guides. We personally use National Wildlife Federation Field Guide to Insects and Spiders of North America but we consulted with a invertebrate guru and he recommended the following:
      For butterflies, beetles and insects Peterson guides are good.
      John Jackman field guide to spiders and scorpions
      Spiders and scorpions of Texas

      Hope these aid you well.
      Jessie and Ray

      • Thank you for the reply. Although challenging for this over the hill neophyte to ID the critters I shoot, I like to identify those in images I share or print for my albums.. Since my first grade great granddaughter is fascinated by critters and butterflies, I am going to give her a photo album of my images (hopefully ID’d).

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