Warming temperatures appear to be extending the trees’ reproductive cycle and boosting pollen counts, according to the Fourth Annual Climate Change Assessment.
Residents of San Antonio and the Hill Country have noticed the abundance of acorns carpeting yards, driveways, and patios.
Hot temperatures that persisted into early October have delayed the annual migration to Mexico of Monarch butterflies, scientists say.
Commentary: Rodrigo Medellín, a senior professor of ecology at UNAM credited with saving the tequila bat from extinction, will be in San Antonio Oct. 18-20.
While working to formalize an agreement under which the Star S Ranch would stop spraying pesticides that drift onto the preserve, the Eckert James River Bat Cave missed its usual mid-May opening date.
Agarita’s thorny leaves make it a most ornery shrub, and gathering the berries requires determination and a certain level of pain tolerance.
Those with a hankering for butterflies and carpets of native blooms should head to the Hill Country or Mission Reach for a spectacular show this weekend.
The drought of 2011 served as a wake-up call for many San Antonio gardeners.
Urban beekeeping is enjoying growing popularity, with enthusiasts drawn to the pursuit as a way to foster pollinators and take environmental action.
The population of monarch butterflies that spend the winter in Mexico has jumped more than 144 percent over last year, Mexican officials announced this week.