Says Texas A&M Expert

Monarch Numbers Down Again, Says Texas A&M Expert

By Keith Randall, Texas A&M University Marketing and Communications COLLEGE STATION, March 6, 2018 – The number of Monarch butterflies is down once again this year, following a trend that has seen declining numbers of the colorful creature over the past decade, says a Texas A&M University Monarch butterfly advocate. Craig Wilson, director of the USFA Future Scientists Program and senior research associate in the Center for Mathematics and Science Education and longtime butterfly enthusiast, […]

Invasive Lionfish May Eat Up Texas Coastline, Says Texas A&M Expert

GALVESTON, Aug. 9, 2016 – Attention Texans: the invasive lionfish is near your coastline, he’s hungry, he’s on the prowl and there appears to be no stopping him.  A Texas A&M University at Galveston researcher says the best way to control lionfish might be serving the pesky sea creatures as the blue plate special on restaurant menus. Raven Walker, a doctoral student in marine biology at the Galveston campus, has studied the lionfish for years […]