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TPWD Proposed Rule Changes related to CWD and Suspension of TTT Permit

TPWD Proposed Rule Changes related to CWD and Suspension of TTT Permit

October 26, 2021 by

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Re: TPWD Proposed Rule Changes related to CWD and Suspension of TTT Permit

The deadline for commenting on the TTT rule change is November 3, 2021 at 5:00 pm.

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Land Management Gets a New Look with Mobile Map Annotation App

Land Management Gets a New Look with Mobile Map Annotation App

March 08, 2021 by

Spring Creek Outdoors, LLC, is a 15-year-old wildlife and habitat consulting company based in Texas. Its offerings include conducting wildlife population assessments, making harvest recommendations, hosting seminars, and doing appraisals, but its true focus is on education. When the company first began employing ArcGIS technology in 2017, for instance, it used the software to create visualizations that helped teach landowners and land managers how to better understand their properties, as well as how to provide the support their lands needed to thrive.

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Podcast: Untamed Heritage with Larry Weishuhn and Ken Milam - Anthrax

May 05, 2020 by

Macy joins Larry Weishuhn and Ken Milam on the Untamed Heritage Podcast to discuss anthrax in Texas. 

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Facts About Deer That You May Not Have Known

Facts About Deer That You May Not Have Known

September 16, 2018 by

* White-tailed deer, mule deer, black-tailed deer, elk, axis deer, fallow deer, and moose all belong in the Family Cervidae. This family of deer is characterized by an absence of a gall bladder, feet are actually four toed (dew claws count as toes), all have 32 teeth (except the elk), and the males grow antlers.

* There are 30 different subspecies of white-tailed deer in North, Central, and South America.  White-tailed deer are also ungulates, which means they have a hoofed foot as well as ruminants which means they have a four chambered stomach and chew their cud.

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