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Texas Mule Deer

Texas Mule Deer

Wildlife Resources

As far as Texas deer, the desert mule deer is the less common cousin of Texas’ most prominent deer—the whitetail. Because its range is found in the least populated regions of Texas, many aren’t as familiar with the deer who roams chiefly in the Texas Panhandle and the mountains and basins of the Trans-Pecos. It’s a cousin to the more manic whitetail, and that’s part of the biological problem. The mule deer as a species isn’t as adaptable as the whitetail, doesn’t breed as quickly or as often as a whitetail, has a narrow range of acceptable habitats and doesn’t feed or breed as aggressively as the whitetail and therefore is more easily extirpated.


“TWA is Made Up of the Givers” (VIDEO) - David K. Langford

Wildlife Resources

There is a difference in landowners. There are landowners that take from the land and there are landowners that give to the land. TWA is made up of the givers.


What Does Your  Trophy Score? Beyond the Tape Measure

What Does Your Trophy Score? Beyond the Tape Measure

Wildlife Resources

One well-known, self-proclaimed deer expert has defined a trophy whitetail as a buck with antlers that measure 150 or more inches, but for generations of hunters a true trophy hunting experience goes beyond the tape measure. By this definition, the animal itself, or rather the antlers, is the trophy without regard to the experience of finding, watching, hunting or harvesting the animal and without regard to how the antlers were produced.


Bright Future for Texas Waterfowl Hunting

Bright Future for Texas Waterfowl Hunting

Wildlife Resources

The future of Texas waterfowl hunting boils down to two things—water and habitat. The Lone Star State is littered with water and wintering habitat for waterfowl throughout its many eco-regions.


Elusive White-wings Timing Is Everything

Elusive White-wings Timing Is Everything

Wildlife Resources

South Zone hunters can take advantage of wing shooting opportunities for
White-winged Doves before the species migrates south.


Texas Tarpon: The Mighty Silver King

Texas Tarpon: The Mighty Silver King

TWA Magazine

The rich waters of the Texas bays fed by freshwater nutrients from Texas rivers mix with equally rich gulf water to create a natural nursery. Here, numerous fish species lay eggs where the fry will grow and return to the gulf. The rich and protective estuaries are habitats for a number of fish species including the mystical Atlantic tarpon.


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