Caesar Kleberg Wildlife Center

While scientific research is the main focus of the Institute, public education and outreach has become a more important part of the Institute’s work. Located at the heart of the Wildlife Research Park, lies the Caesar Kleberg Wildlife Center, the Institute’s crown jewel. This 11,220 square foot Spanish-style building has created new opportunities for outreach related activities. Completed in August 2005 with generous donations from the Caesar Kleberg Foundation for Wildlife Conservation and other supporters, the Institute now boasts a facility where wildlife research information can be disseminated through workshops, presentations, symposia, and conferences to both the general public and scientific communities. The Center itself is comprised of the Curtis and HP Pinnell Family Memorial Auditorium, the Petra Vela Kenedy Conference Room, the Stuart W. Stedman North Room and the A. E. Leonard Family Native Plant Garden. Our garden attracts many incredible butterflies, dragonflies and birds over the course of the year.

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1730 W. Corral Ave., Kingsville, Texas

https://www.ckwri.tamuk.edu/

While scientific research is the main focus of the Institute, public education and outreach has become a more important part of the Institute’s work. Located at the heart of the Wildlife Research Park, lies the Caesar Kleberg Wildlife Center, the Institute’s crown jewel. This 11,220 square foot Spanish-style building has created new opportunities for outreach related activities. Completed in August 2005 with generous donations from the Caesar Kleberg Foundation for Wildlife Conservation and other supporters, the Institute now boasts a facility where wildlife research information can be disseminated through workshops, presentations, symposia, and conferences to both the general public and scientific communities.

 

The Center itself is comprised of the Curtis and HP Pinnell Family Memorial Auditorium, the Petra Vela Kenedy Conference Room, the Stuart W. Stedman North Room and the A. E. Leonard Family Native Plant Garden. Our garden attracts many incredible butterflies, dragonflies and birds over the course of the year.

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