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Southeast Texas included in early special Whitewing Days Hunters statewide will have an opportunity to pursue doves during the first weekend of September. While the traditional opener begins Sept. 1 for Texas’ North and Central Dove Zones, hunting in the

Entries for Big Time Texas Hunts also available Aug. 15 The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department reminds you new licenses for 2017-18 go on sale Tuesday, Aug. 15. They’re available through the agency’s 28 field offices, more than 50 state

Bill passes with a 14-7 vote On July 26, the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee (EPW) passed S.1514, the Hunting Heritage and Environmental Legacy Preservation for Wildlife Act (HELP for Wildlife Act), with a bipartisan vote of 14-7. Before

Fawn Seized At Alamo

Woman brought deer to Alamo for family photos Texas Parks and Wildlife officials report a most unusual whitetail tale, which unfolded at the shrine of Texas liberty. Alamo security personnel contacted a Bexar County game warden about a woman walking

Texas Parks and Wildlife Department reminds you the first drawn hunts deadline is TUESDAY, AUGUST 1, for: Alligator Alligator Management Private Lands Dove Pronghorn Youth Only Alligator Youth Only Gun Deer – Either Sex Apply online today! How It Works:

Sonoran pronghorn appear on the rebound, according to Craig Springer of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. Drought had done its part to hurt this pronghorn subspecies, Springer writes. But, their situation has shown improvement. The Outdoor Wire has the

Blogger Shannon Tompkins writes Texas turkeys and quail so far are having an “average” year, according to Texas Parks and Wildlife biologists. “The next two months will be crucial to telling how many of this year’s quail chicks and turkey

Wyoming Senator introduces HELP bill to enhance America’s sporting heritage On June 30, Sen. John Barrasso (R-Wyo.), Chairman of the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee, introduced S.1514, the Hunting Heritage and Environmental Legacy Preservation for Wildlife Act (HELP for

Monkeys expanding territory from nearby state park Texas hunters have enough problems with local critters invading deer feeders. But at least they don’t have as tough a time as one Ocala, Florida, man. Brian Pritchard has rhesus macaques invading his

Food plots top choice for 81 percent surveyed Southwick Associates reports more than 80 percent of surveyed hunters create and use food plots for land management. Their HunterSurvey.com survey found that food plots were the leading practice by nearly double