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Snake, Rattle, and Hole: Rattlesnake Denning

Texas Wildlife News

When the weather turns brisk and chilly during winter, who among us doesn’t like the snug warmth and comfort of our dens? Rattlesnakes are no exception. But r...

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Javelina We Got Some “Pig” News For You!

Texas Wildlife News

Friends who are loyal to Bernhard Meat Processing & Market in Kerrville, Texas, for their deer processing (because they use paper, not plastic, for wrapping...

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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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Porcupines in Texas: A Sticky Subject

Texas Wildlife News

“Porcupine attacks on the rise in Central Texas” So read the headline for an article published a couple of years ago, evoking visions of marauding quilled b...

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Hot and Wild: Texas Wildlife in the Summer

Texas Wildlife News

Spring and winter, it seems, garner the lion’s share of attention when it comes to wildlife. Admittedly, it’s hard to beat the allure of newborn fawns and b...

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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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Ssssspring has Ssssprung: ‘Tis the Season for Snake Safety

Texas Wildlife News

We all love spring! The wildflowers. The still comfortable temperatures. The pips of baby birds. The wobbly legs of newborn fawns. The snakes. They may not make...

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The Dirt on ‘Dillos: Digging Up Details on the State Mammal of Texas

Texas Wildlife News

It’s the state mammal of Texas, and the reason some of us can be found in quite a state after one has had its way with our lawns and gardens. But manicured ya...

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