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Fair Chase Part I: Whitetails

Fair Chase Part I: Whitetails

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During rut, when bucks are on the move, a combination of careful still hunting and rattling can pay off. Sure, you’re likely to see a lot of deer while sitting in a stand watching a feeder, but you’re narrowing your real hunting time to the half hour the deer need to eat all of the dumped corn. Rattling tends to be most effective just before the rut’s peak when does are coming into estrus and bucks are looking for a fight. At the actual peak of the rut, the big boys are likely to be with does and can be impossible to call away.


What’s Happened to All The Pintails?

What’s Happened to All The Pintails?

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Waterfowl managers across the nation know there is a big problem with the Northern Pintail. Starting in the mid-1990s, precipitation returned to the Prairie Pothole Region (PPR) of southern Canada and the northern plains of America. Populations of all puddle ducks species escalated to some of their highest numbers since the 1950s, but pintails languished well below their long-term average, disappointing sportsmen with reduced bag limits and perplexing biologists with a population that should have rebounded with conditions.


Dove Fields, Abundant Yields

Dove Fields, Abundant Yields

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Dove hunting has long been a tradition that Texans look forward to every September because it kicks off fall hunting seasons and brings friends and family together.


2018 TWA Private Lands Summit (VIDEO)

2018 TWA Private Lands Summit (VIDEO)

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The day-long program, was the fifth installment of the organization’s Private Lands Summit, is scheduled for July 12, 2018 at the J.W. Marriott in San Antonio. The event explored the multi-faceted issues associated with the proposal to build a physical barrier stretching from Texas to California.


Sheep on the Mountain

Sheep on the Mountain

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Desert Bighorns Thrive Again in Far West Texas


Hill Country Browse

Hill Country Browse

Wildlife Resources

Texas is home to about 4 million white-tailed deer, and about half of them live in the Hill Country and Edwards Plateau. In addition, Texas is home to more than 2 million goats, sheep and exotics, and the majority of these live in the Hill Country. These animals depend on browse, the leaves and tender twigs of woody plants, as an important part of their diet.


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