Outdoors

States, tribes, federal agencies conserve Rio Grande cutthroat

The states of New Mexico and Colorado, three Native American tribes, and several federal agencies recently signed an updated conservation agreement and strategy plan to conserve Rio Grande cutthroat trout.

National park tourism in Texas creates $188.1 million in economic benefit

A new National Park Service (NPS) report shows that the 3,939,160 visitors to Texas national parks in 2012 spent $188.1 million and supported 2,592 jobs in the state.

Spring break activities planned at Fort Davis National Historic Site

Just a little more than three hours drive from El Paso is one of the best surviving examples of a frontier military post in the Southwest.

New Mexico State Parks May 2014 marathon series

Register today and start training for your next marathon adventure at one or all four New Mexico State Parks hosting a marathon series beginning in May!

The Battleship TEXAS celebrates 100th commissioning anniversary

he Battleship Texas Foundation, working in partnership with the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, will celebrate the 100th anniversary of the commissioning of the Battleship TEXAS with two events next month.

TPWD proposing seatrout bag limit change, gar conservation rules

The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department is proposing fishing regulation changes that will affect both salt and freshwater anglers.