The poet Lord Tennyson said spring is the time when “a young man’s fancy lightly turns to thoughts of love.” In a way, he was right.
In a grassy field near Goliad dotted with cow patties, eight football-size birds waggle their tails, inflate mango-colored pouches on their necks, stamp their feet, and emit a forlorn “woo-woo-woo.”
These male Attwater prairie chickens (also spelled as Attwater’s prairie chicken) hope their flashy “booming” display will impress the hens.
This week’s question for Texas college football fans: Will it be the traditional chant for the Texas Christian University football team, “Go Frogs”?
If you’ve ever traveled through East Central Texas—say, from Austin or Dallas to College Station—you’ve probably passed through Hearne.
Take a glance at any major bestseller list, and you’ll spot the ubiquitous brightly colored trade paperbacks with Colleen Hoover printed in a basic block font across the covers.