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This Endangered Central Texas Bird Keeps Its Federal Protection Status

This Endangered Central Texas Bird Keeps Its Federal Protection Status

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service recently announced that the Golden-cheeked Warbler, the only bird species whose population nests entirely in Texas, will remain protected under the Federal Endangered Species Act. Click the photo to learn more.
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What would you like to know?

What would you like to know?

The BRA’s next Brown Bag on the Brazos is just around the corner, but we’d like to know what’s you’d like to learn about. These public meetings are another way to share information with the public. Click here to read more.
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A look back at the history of Lake Granbury and the DeCordova Bend Dam

A look back at the history of Lake Granbury and the DeCordova Bend Dam

The Fort Worth Press called it a “Bonanza.” The Brazos River Authority was going to build its second water-supply reservoir on the Brazos River. Click the photo to read more about the 50-year history of the reservoir and dam in Hood County.
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Summer Fun Continues

Summer Fun Continues

The school year may have started up again, but that doesn't mean that your need for adventure is at an end. With outdoor markets, nature hikes and more, kick off the fall season in the Brazos River basin. Click the photo for more.
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Don’t Let Water Quality Go Down the Drain

Don’t Let Water Quality Go Down the Drain

Polluted stormwater runoff is a main ingredient in water pollution. Contaminants that cannot be adequately removed from the water can endanger the health of both people and wildlife. Fortunately, there are small actions that you can make to help keep our waterways clean. Click the photo for more.
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