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Blog: Wildlife Exemptions

Easing Into Conservation Easements in Texas: A Primer

Texas Wildlife News, Wildlife Exemptions, Wildlife Management Services

A friend’s family was recently looking at property in the Texas Hill Country. On the gate next to the ranch they were touring was a sign that indicated the ne...

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Bees and Texas Wildlife Management (It’s All the Buzz)

Texas Wildlife News, Wildlife Exemptions

If converting to wildlife management is “plan A” for your agricultural property, have you considered “plan bee”? More than 95 percent of Texas lands are...

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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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Quail Management: Private Landowners Offer Big Help for a Little Bird

Texas Wildlife News, Wildlife Exemptions

A decline in Texas quail populations over the past couple of decades is a single, undeniable fact, but the exact reasons for the decline are myriad. Drought and...

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Making History: Your Wildlife Exemption Annual Report

Wildlife Exemptions, Wildlife Management Services

If a tree falls in a forest and no one is around to hear it, does it make a sound? If you perform a wildlife activity but don’t have an Annual Report to prove...

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Wildlife Management Valuation: Start Here

Expertise, Wildlife Exemptions, Wildlife Management Services

Texas land is a hot commodity so, not surprisingly, we’ve spoken with lots of new landowners recently. One of the biggest concerns expressed is maintainin...

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Wildlife Exemption Plan Filing Deadline

Wildlife Exemptions

The deadline to file new wildlife management plans is April 30, 2013. Landowners needing to submit new applications include those who wish to convert their prop...

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2012 Annual Report Deadline Approaching.

Expertise, Wildlife Exemptions

As year-end approaches, many landowners with a wildlife exemption are being asked for annual reports by their appraisal district. These reports are their way of...

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