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    Featured Animals

    Fathead anthias

    The Fathead anthias is also known as the Sunburst anthias because of the splash of yellow color on its face. It was originally described in 1949 and

    Jabiru stork

    Whenever this largest of the three New World storks shows up on the coast of Texas, birders from all over the country fly out to add it to their US li

    Percula clownfish

    The Percula clownfish , also known as the Orange clownfish, is a popular aquarium species, frequently bred in aquaculture facilities. It is naturally

    Spectacled angelfish

    The DWA's collection of coral reef fishes is internationally recognized for rarely-exhibited species. Marine angelfish (not to be confused with fresh

    Recent Articles

    Celebrating the First International Sawfish Day

    The Inaugural International Sawfish Day, highlighted in the last issue of EcoCurrents, will soon be upon us! Following many months...

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    Hummingbirds and The DWA

    Founded by the Hummingbird Conservancy Foundation, La Mesenia is a natural reserve dedicated to the conservation, research and observation of...

    For Your Information

    AVIAN BREEDING CENTER The DWA acquired off-premise properties in January-March 2012. After major renovation, the buildings provide storage and a...