Colonel Calvin C. Hudson, II, Commander, Fort Worth District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
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Colonel Calvin C. Hudson, II, Commander, Fort Worth District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
Col. Calvin C. Hudson, II, the 26th commander of the Fort Worth District, delivers remarks during the Aug. 14 Assumption of Command Ceremony in Fort Worth, Texas.
Assumption of Command
Col. Calvin C. Hudson, II, the 26th commander of the Fort Worth District, delivers remarks during the Aug. 14 Assumption of Command Ceremony in Fort Worth, Texas.
The out-going commander, Lt. Col. Clay Morgan receives the unit flag from the "keeper of the colors" while the in-coming commander, Col. Calvin Hudson, II looks on during the Aug. 14 Assumption of Command Ceremony in Fort Worth, Texas.
Passing of the Colors
The out-going commander, Lt. Col. Clay Morgan receives the unit flag from the "keeper of the colors" while the in-coming commander, Col. Calvin Hudson, II looks on during the Aug. 14 Assumption of Command Ceremony in Fort Worth, Texas.
Colonel Calvin C. Hudson, II receives the unit flag from Southwestern Division commander, Brig. Gen. David C. Hill during the Aug. 14 Assumption of Command Ceremony in Fort Wort, Texas.
Colonel Calvin C. Hudson, II assumes command of the Fort Worth District
Colonel Calvin C. Hudson, II receives the unit flag from Southwestern Division commander, Brig. Gen. David C. Hill during the Aug. 14 Assumption of Command Ceremony in Fort Wort, Texas.
The Assumption of Command official party, consisting of Southwestern Division Commander, Brig. Gen. David C. Hill, out-going commander, Lt. Col. Clay Morgan, in-coming commander, Col. Calvin C. Hudson, II and the keeper of the colors stand at the ready line prior to the ceremony.
Official Party
The Assumption of Command official party, consisting of Southwestern Division Commander, Brig. Gen. David C. Hill, out-going commander, Lt. Col. Clay Morgan, in-coming commander, Col. Calvin C. Hudson, II and the keeper of the colors stand at the ready line prior to the ceremony.
Park rangers served as the color guard during the Aug. 14 Assumption of Command Ceremony for Col. Calvin C. Hudson, II in Fort Worth, Texas.
Assumption of Command Ceremony
Park rangers served as the color guard during the Aug. 14 Assumption of Command Ceremony for Col. Calvin C. Hudson, II in Fort Worth, Texas.
Corps employees conduct a site visit of the Eagle Pass mine prior to a recent public hearing concerning the draft Regional Environmental Impact Statement on surface coal mining in Texas.
Nature Walk
Corps employees conduct a site visit of the Eagle Pass mine prior to a recent public hearing concerning the draft Regional Environmental Impact Statement on surface coal mining in Texas.
A park ranger provides details to a local resident concerning the Sam Rayburn Reservoir Shoreline Management Plan during a recent public meeting.
Shore Line Management
A park ranger provides details to a local resident concerning the Sam Rayburn Reservoir Shoreline Management Plan during a recent public meeting.
Corps employees look at local bird species during a site visit to Eagle Pass, Texas, near the Rio Grande River.
Bird Watching
Corps employees look at local bird species during a site visit to Eagle Pass, Texas, near the Rio Grande River.
A team of paleontologists make a silicon cast of a dinosaur track at Grapevine Lake.  The tracks were first noticed in mid-July in an area where park rangers had encountered tracks during a previous heavy rain.  The Corps wishes to remind everyone to avoid disturbing archaeological sites so that valuable historical artifacts can be preserved and enjoyed by everyone.
Noto Hadrasaur
A team of paleontologists make a silicon cast of a dinosaur track at Grapevine Lake. The tracks were first noticed in mid-July in an area where park rangers had encountered tracks during a previous heavy rain. The Corps wishes to remind everyone to avoid disturbing archaeological sites so that valuable historical artifacts can be preserved and enjoyed by everyone.
Lake visitors enjoy fishing near the Lake Ray Roberts discharge conduit.
Fishing on a Sunday afternoon
Lake visitors enjoy fishing near the Lake Ray Roberts discharge conduit.

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Zebra Mussels

TPWD Executive Order 12-003:
Zebra Mussels in the Elm Fork tributary of the Trinity River.

The Executive Director of the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department finds that zebraZebra Mussels mussels ("Dreissena polymorpha") present an immediate danger to aquatic species regulated by the department and hereby ORDERS the adoption of emergency rules to contain zebra mussels in all impounded and tributary waters of the Elm Fork of the Trinity River upstream from the Lewisville dam. The Executive Director authorizes the immediate submission of Notice of Emergency Rulemaking in the "Texas Register".

PDF FileExecutive Order No. 12-003
PDF FileNotice of Emergency Rulemaking
PDF FileZebra Mussels - Fact Sheet
External WebsiteZebra Mussels - TexasInvasives.org
External WebsiteReport Zebra Mussels - TexasInvasives.org
PDF FileZebra Mussels - Tri-Fold Brochure
PDF FileZebra Mussels - Wallet Card
PDF FileZebra Mussel Resource Document - Trinity River Basin, Texas