Horned Lizards are Headed Back Out on the Range

Horned Lizards are Headed Back Out on the Range CHRISTINE, Texas [August 12, 2019] – Thanks to the San Antonio Zoo – and supporting organizations like the San Miguel Electric Cooperative (SMEC) – the Texas horned lizard may be making a comeback in central Texas. A benchmark of this project is now underway: the training [...]

Texas Horned Lizard Reintroduction Project – We Need Poop!

The Need for Poop Chiron K9 is assisting the San Antonio Zoo’s Texas Horned Lizard Reintroduction Project by training dog/s in field survey techniques to detect and alert to the presence of Texas Horned Lizard scat (poop), eggs, skin cast and lizards. The aim is to provide a fast and efficient method of field surveys[…..]

Texas Horned Lizards Hatch at San Antonio Zoo

Texas Horned Lizards Hatch at San Antonio Zoo By Alese Underwood PUBLISHED 5:33 PM CT Jun. 24, 2019       SAN ANTONIO — The San Antonio Zoo is helping boost the numbers for one of Texas’ most beloved reptiles. Two dozen Texas horned lizards hatched at zoo Species has drastically disappeared from native habitat[…..]

WOAI San Antonio Channel 4 News Report

S.A Zoo helping to save Texas Horned Lizards by Michael Hernandez Tuesday, June 25th 2019 For video on news report page Click Here SAN ANTONIO—Here’s a quick quiz: Do you know what the state reptile of Texas is? It’s the Horned Lizard. But did you also know that they are on the threatened species list?[…..]