Below are resources for landowners and related to wildlife management. See the detailed description under each resource for more information.
Wildlife Management Resources
Specific management information for key species including quail, white-tailed deer, feral hogs and Rio Grande wild turkeys.
Information to assist new landowners including information on soils, plants and resource professionals.
Coping with Feral Hogs
Coping with Feral Hogs provides information to landowners and the general public on feral hog control, damage, diseases and hunting tips.
Texas Natural Resources Server (TexNat) is an information database for individuals who are interested in natural resource management on Texas rangelands, and includes publications, management tips, guides to common range plants, links to educational programs, symposium proceedings, and other helpful resources.
Wildlife and Fisheries Extension - YouTube
The Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Wildlife and Fisheries unit provides wildlife, fisheries, and farm pond management recommendations that are based on scientific research. Our YouTube channel demonstrates how landowners can manage their land for or incorporate wildlife habitat, fisheries, and water resources management on their land.
Birding with Texas A&M AgriLife Extension
Information on the Birding the Border and Birding the Hills programs as part of Birding with Texas A&M AgriLife Extension.