A couple of days ago The Dallas Morning News reported that the new Audubon Center, a vaunted jewel in the tiara of the Trinity River project, is sucking wind already, failing to attract the visitors and income the city had hoped for. Being mean to bird-watchers is difficult even for me, but I can ... More >>
Jeremy Woodhouse/AudubonOver on the Reuters environment blog, Ed Stoddard sings the praises of the Trinity River Audubon Center, to which he paid "an eye-opening visit." Writes Stoddard:This is a "good news" green story that shines a spotlight on many different issues: the environmental costs of pov ... More >>
Hicks and Hassell show at the MAC
Well, not yet anyway.
Meet some undocumented immigrants that aren't illegal
Local birders gear up for a metroplex brawl
Marathon men and women of White Rock
Big D and Cowtown take the court
Some high-demand fish are in danger of extinction--and restaurants are caught in the middle
Get a "birding briefing" this weekend
Forget Brooklyn -- Dallas' own Trinity River boosters aim to con you out of tax dollars for seven silly bridges
Wildlife activists claim that the managers at Samuell Farm Park are abusing the land, its animals, and anyone else who gets in their way
Environmentalists and some high-profile Dallas chefs say ocean food supplies are in crisis. But is their disaster cry simply publicity bait?