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Blog: Wildlife Management Services

Spidey Sense: Feeling the Spider Love (Again)

Wildlife Management Services

Many of us as children loved the novel, Charlotte’s Web. We laughed, we cried, and we loved a spider.  So what changed? Why as adults do many of us now fear ...

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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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The Plot Thickens:  Taking the Mystery Out of Cool Season Food Plots for Wildlife

Texas Wildlife News, Wildlife Management Services

Celebrate Labor Day. Check. Watch alma mater’s first football game of the season. Check. Plant cool season food plot. _______ The coming of fall brings with i...

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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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Lights, Camera, Action: It’s White-tailed Deer Survey Season!

Wildlife Management Services

If it’s melting hot outside, that means it’s deer season. But don’t worry about shimmying into your camo coveralls just yet, this deer season is all about...

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Magic Mow: Stripping for Wildlife

Wildlife Management Services

Who would have dreamed a drive down Texas roads in July would be one flanked by such lush, verdant scenery. Fences are heavy with wild vines and fields thick wi...

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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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The Good, The Bad, The Coyote

Wildlife Management Services

The coyotes wail along the trail Deep in the heart of Texas The relationship between Texas landowners and coyotes is a complicated one. While coyotes are often ...

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