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Texas has an abundance of wildlife and natural heritage. Unfortunately, migratory birds are declining, in part due to collisions with brightly lit businesses, homes, and other buildings. We’re calling on all Texans to go Lights Out for Wildlife and save the birds by...
Saturday, April 10th, 7:00 a.m. – meet at the Visitor Center of the Caddo Lake National Wildlife Refuge, Zeugner Drive, Karnack, Tx/15600 Hwy 134. Please wear comfortable, sturdy walking shoes, and bring your own binoculars, water, bug/tick spray, face mask.
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Freshwater fish and rivers have to be seen as important in conservation as land. CLI is at the forefront of this “new thinking” in conservation. Click the picture below to learn more!
Our partnership with the Shreveport Aquarium has allowed for two paddlefish releases on the Louisiana side of Caddo Lake with another one coming up March 6th! Click the fish to learn how you can participate!