TPW Commission

Close of whitetail season would be uniform across state The Houston Chronicle reports the Texas Parks and Wildlife Commission will consider extending the whitetail season an extra two weeks for next season. According to the paper, members of the public

Increased dove hunting opportunities across South Texas and expanded landowner-managed pronghorn permitting in the Panhandle highlight this year’s proposed regulation changes for the 2017-18 Texas hunting seasons. Texas Parks and Wildlife Department will take public comment. Comments will be considered

The Texas Parks and Wildlife Commission approved new rules establishing chronic wasting disease (CWD) zones and restricting live deer movement authorized under permits to or from properties within those areas. The commission also adopted regulations banning importation of certain deer

The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department (TPWD) is seeking public comment on proposed rules establishing chronic wasting disease (CWD) zones and restricting movement of live deer authorized under TPWD permits to or from properties within those zones. The proposed rules

The TPW Commission adopted interim rules to replace the emergency rules in place to protect white tailed and mule deer in Texas due to chronic wasting disease.

The TPW Commission approved closing spring eastern turkey hunting in 11 East Texas counties next year, while restructuring the season in two other counties.

The TPW Commission approved expanded mule deer hunting in several counties and extended squirrel season across parts of East Texas at a public hearing.