Mammals. The north central region of Texas is home to several herbivorous mammals – desert mule deer, pronghorn and whitetail deer – who graze on prairie grasses. However, carnivorous mammals also live in north central Texas to prey on these animals; some carnivorous species include the gray fox, swift fox and coyote.
Beside this, what are the natural resources of the North Central Plains in Texas?
The vast grasslands full of thick grasses and rich soil make this region perfect for farming and grazing. Another large industry is oil and natural gas. There aren't tons of large cities in the Central Plains, so there is a lot of rural land for farming, ranching, and oil and natural gas drilling.
What are the states that make up the Central Plains?
The Central Great Plains are a semi-arid prairie ecoregion of the central United States, part of North American Great Plains. The region runs from west-central Texas through west-central Oklahoma, central Kansas, and south-central Nebraska.
What is the climate in the Central Plains?
The Central Plains is in the center of Texas and it borders the Gulf Coastal Plains so the climate is similar to, but not exactly the same as the Gulf Coastal Plains. Since it is still close to the gulf, it has hot and slightly humid summers with mild winters. It still has mild winters, but can receive some snowfall.