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2018 TWA Private Lands Summit (VIDEO)

2018 TWA Private Lands Summit (VIDEO)

Wildlife Resources

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

Wildlife Resources

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.


Wild Hogs - Problems and Solutions

Wild Hogs - Problems and Solutions

Wildlife Resources

Regardless how hard we hunt them, hunting alone can’t keep up with the feral hog population explosion.


Spring’s Struttin’ Show

Spring’s Struttin’ Show

Wildlife Resources

Collective efforts from landowners and agencies ensure that wild turkeys continue to provide hunters with adrenaline-filled spring days.


Things You May Have Heard about Chronic Wasting Disease

Things You May Have Heard about Chronic Wasting Disease

Wildlife Resources

The prominence of chronic wasting disease (CWD) in the media waxes as new cases are discovered and wanes as the public’s interest fades once the disease’s presence ceases to be novel.  Chronic wasting disease is different from many other deer diseases in that its effects are initially subtle and take months to years to manifest in an animal.  The effects of CWD on populations take even longer to become evident.  In fact, CWD was first detected in free-ranging deer and elk in the early 1980s and only in the past 10 years have scientists been able to document effects of CWD on populations and even then, only in the areas of Colorado and Wyoming where CWD was first detected.


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