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BOARD MEMBER SPOTLIGHT

BOARD MEMBER SPOTLIGHT

February 1, 2016

Joel Wood Cantrell, 71, is a retired aerospace engineer whose career with Lockheed Martin Missiles and Fire Control (and predecessor companies) spanned 45 years.  He graduated from Irving High School in 1962, UTA in 1967 with a B.S. in Aerospace Engineering, followed by an M.S. From Rice University in 1969.  Engineering projects included the A7 Corsair … Read More

10 Cool Reasons To Celebrate Penguins

10 Cool Reasons To Celebrate Penguins

January 21, 2016

Let’s face it—penguins should just rule the world. Whether they’re doing conga lines on land, skinny dipping in the sea, or winning hearts on the big screen, these handsome birds can practically do anything (except fly, of course). But the sad fact is, penguins aren’t doing so hot in the wild: Of the 17 (or possibly 19) species across the world, five … Read More

Why Do Owls Bob Their Heads?

Why Do Owls Bob Their Heads?

January 20, 2016

Here’s the secret behind the head-turning phenomenon. This story is brought to you by BirdNote, a show that airs daily on public radio stations nationwide.