Wildlife Management Use There is no question that the demographics of rural land ownership continues to change. Where we were once largely an agrarian society with each of us having some ties to a farm or ranch, it is no longer the case as more of us completely live an urban life. Yet the desire […]
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The Good and Bad of Aquatic Vegetation Management By: Justin Bryan Rarely does a single day pass that I don’t talk about aquatic vegetation management with a lake or land owner that is disappointed with lack of “fishability” of his water. Typically, the conversation begins with how to identifying the plant followed by answering the […]
Managing a Deer Herd in Texas By: Bob Zaiglin and Justin Bryan As I negotiated my truck over a deep red, sandy sendero enveloped by overhanging branches of honey mesquite on each side of the narrow passage in the ink black predawn hours, I had to exercise caution not to hurt any of the occupants […]
Bobwhite Quail Management | Where the Rubber Meets the Road By: Justin Bryan The world of quail, especially bobwhite quail, is a curious one. Just about the time we think we have them figured out, we learn we still have a few more questions. Therefore, much of the time we are left scratching our heads and […]