TPWD News Images: Downloads for News Media
Group: Texas Wildfires
File Size: 3648 x 2432 pixels, 1.5 megabytes
By-line: Justin Hoffman, © Texas Parks and Wildlife Department
The download image is about 169 times the size that it appears on your computer monitor. Wait until the image is complete, then use your browser's Save Image As function, typically:
- On a PC, right-click the image and "Save Picture As ..." on your hard drive or other storage.
- On a Macintosh, control-click (or click and hold) the image to "Save Image As ..." on your hard drive or other storage.
Caption/Information: Wildlife are capable of escaping danger, including wildfires, and a burned area can be a positive thing for habitat and wildlife because it removes dead and unwanted vegetation. The new plant growth that will come after rains will be beneficial to wildlife, according to TPWD wildlife biologists.
TPWD provides news images that can be downloaded from the Web for use in news media stories only.
Unless otherwise stated, TPWD retains ownership and copyrights of all images. No reproduction or use is allowed other than for news media purposes. Payment will be required if an image is used in any other manner.
Reproduced images must be accompanied by an appropriately placed credit line citing the copyright holder, along with the photographer's name, if available.
For more information about TPWD images, call the photo staff at (512) 389-4475 during business hours.
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