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The Problem with Pronghorns

The Problem with Pronghorns

TWA Magazine

Of all the Texas big game species, none is more emblematic of the wide open west than the pronghorn. Swift and fleet footed, the pronghorn covers distances faster than any other land mammal on the continent. Over the past decade or so, the pronghorn of West Texas and the Marfa Plateau couldn’t outrun enigmatic problems that plague the species.


Managing Velvet

Managing Velvet

TWA Magazine

Trophy whitetail bucks are not only a symbol of our state’s hunting heritage, they are a result of hard work, ethical decisions and well planned management strategies that benefit an abundance of wildlife. Simply put, sustaining, supporting and developing mature, quality deer is preserving the future of wild Texas. And it all starts with managing velvet.


The Massive Urban-Rural Imbalance in Texas

The Massive Urban-Rural Imbalance in Texas

TWA Magazine

As our state’s economy develops, demographics shift, and agricultural practices become more efficient, our population becomes more and more centralized in urban areas.  Today, the state’s population is approximately 85% urban.  Meanwhile, the working agricultural lands of Texas (farms and ranches) count for over 80% of our state’s land mass.  Alarmingly, those lands are owned by less than 1% of our population.


April 2017 Texas Wildlife

April 2017 Texas Wildlife

TWA Magazine

“Texas Wildlife” is the official publication of the Texas Wildlife Association. The magazine is received monthly by TWA members as part of their membership in the organization.


March 2017 Texas Wildlife

March 2017 Texas Wildlife

TWA Magazine

“Texas Wildlife” is the official publication of the Texas Wildlife Association. The magazine is received monthly by TWA members as part of their membership in the organization.


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