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Feral Hog Control: There’s an App for That

Texas Wildlife News

While there are an estimated 6 million feral hogs nationwide, nearly half of those are believed to inhabit Texas. When one hog can reproduce into 200 hogs in th...

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Rufous and Ruby Won’t Leave: When Hummingbirds Don’t Fly South for the Winter

Texas Wildlife News

Ask a friend with a hummingbird feeder and they’ve probably seen, at some point, that one lone, lingering hummingbird still hanging around long after the rest...

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A Tiny, Mighty Marvel: The American Kestrel

Texas Wildlife News

Did you see the photo the two Canadian brothers took with a Bald Eagle? The brothers were on a hunting trip in Dowling, Canada, when they found a Bald Eagle wit...

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E-mails to a Wildlife Biologist: Answers to Your Random Wildlife Questions

Texas Wildlife News

While doctors may find themselves assessing a friend’s mystery pain at dinner parties, and lawyers field inheritance questions at family reunions, wildlife bi...

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When Dead Wood is Good Wood: The Importance of Snags

Texas Wildlife News, Wildlife Exemptions, Wildlife Management Services

If you Google the word “snag” the first definition to pop up is “an unexpected or hidden obstacle or drawback.” While many might look at a dead tree and...

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Keeping Your Coo: Dove Management in Texas

Texas Wildlife News, Wildlife Management Services

Dove season kicked off on September 1st for the North and Central zones of Texas and, according to Texas Parks and Wildlife, dove numbers have increased over la...

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Leapin’ Lizards! Is the Texas Horned Lizard Making a Population Jump?

Texas Wildlife News

It is the state reptile of Texas and wears a crown of horns, but a lofty title and royal visage has not prevented the Texas horned lizard from becoming a threat...

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Fawning Over Fawns

Texas Wildlife News

With their big doe eyes, oversized ears, button noses, and white spots on reddish-brown coats, it’s hard not to be enchanted by fawns. And that they arrive in...

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Supplemental Food for Wildlife: Feeders and Food Plots

Texas Wildlife News, Wildlife Management Services

While a key wildlife management activity is supplemental feeding, this doesn’t mean picking up deer corn at Tractor Supply and tossing it in the pasture. And ...

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Spring in Texas is for the Birds

Texas Wildlife News, Wildlife Management Services

While this if-you-don’t-like-the-weather-wait-a-minute pattern of temperatures that has taunted Texas for the past couple of weeks can’t make up its mind as...

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