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Texas Wildscapes: Gardening for Wildlife, Texas A&M Nature Guides Edition (Texas A&M Nature Guides (Paperback))

 (Texas Wildscapes: Gardening for Wildlife, Texas A&M Nature Guides Edition (Texas A&M Nature Guides)
New edition of the popular Texas Parks & Wildlife book, now with fully searchable DVD containing all the plant and animal information you need to customize your backyard habitat.Whether you have an apartment balcony or a multi-acre ranch, the Texas Wildscapes™ program provides the tools you need to make a home for all the animals that will thrive in the native habitat you create.In Texas Wildscapes, Kelly Conrad Bender identifies the kinds of animals you can expect when you give them their three basic needs: food, water, and shelter. She then provides guidelines for designing and planting your yard or garden to best provide these requirements for the many birds, mammals, reptiles, amphibians, and invertebrates the environment will attract. For those thousands of people already familiar with the old edition of Texas Wildscapes, the new book with its accompanying, easily navigable DVD will be a welcome supplement, providing a wealth of plant and animal lists, tables, pictures, and other detailed information in a fully searchable format. This book can also help you earn official recognition for your conservation efforts from the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department. Successful applicants will receive a personalized certificate and have the opportunity to receive a weatherproof si...

Applied Wildlife Habitat Management (Texas A&M AgriLife Research and Extension Service Series)

 (Applied Wildlife Habitat Management (Texas A&M AgriLife Research and Extension Service)
This introductory textbook to wildlife habitat ecology and management offers students and practitioners the basic tools to understand, plan, implement, measure, analyze, and document efforts to improve habitat for wildlife. Providing a step-by-step guide that is adaptable to a range of environmental settings, the authors first lay out the ecological principles applicable to any project. They then take the reader through various sampling designs, measurement techniques, and analytical methods required to develop and complete a habitat project, including the creation of a report or management plan. The authors emphasize key management concepts and provide exercises putting ecological principles into practice. Case studies identify emerging issues that are changing and complicating wildlife habitat management. These include large-scale ecological concerns and their social and political challenges—global climate change, the decline in water quality and availability, loss and fragmentation of habitat, broadening invasive species and diseases, increased human-wildlife conflicts, and urbanization. This practical guide is an invaluable reference for students, land managers, and landowners who are developing and implementing management plans for habitat modification and improvement on b...

Texas Wildlife: Photographs from Texas Parks & Wildlife Magazine

 (Texas Wildlife: Photographs from Texas Parks & Wildlife)
From the pages of Texas Parks & Wildlife magazine, thousands of nature lovers have met the gaze of a confrontational roadrunner, seen the endangered red wolf and whooping crane, and gotten a nose-to-snout view of the javelina and razorback. Once again, this full-color volume of photographs by top nature photographers for Texas Parks & Wildlife magazine is available for gift giving and enjoyment by animal lovers of all ages. Mammals, birds, reptiles, and amphibians of all stripes and spots are here, captured on film and in Texas. Some of the 148 species pictured are extremely rare visitors, such as the jaguar, while others are among the most common or most people-shy, such as the nine-banded armadillo or the ringtail. The book includes a complete introductory text and brief notes on common and scientific names and habitats. Two hundred and thirty-two magnificently reproduced, full-color photographs illustrate the wide variety of Texas wildlife. Frisky baby ringtails, dashing pronghorns, ungainly yet delicately tinted roseate spoonbills, a saucy roadrunner, and a hungry hognosed snake represent but a few of the 150 species pictured in this volume. Common and scientific names for each animal are given as well as brief descriptions of range, habitat, or numbers.

Wildlife and Man in Texas: Environmental Change and Conservation

 (Wildlife and Man in Texas: Environmental Change and)
What man touches, he changes, and for better or worse man has touched Texas. Through settlement, development, and urbanization, he has permanently altered the character, variety, numbers, and distribution of native wildlife. Robin Doughty's compelling history traces the nature and tempo of these changes. He discusses the use and conservation of wild animals in Texas, addressing concerns of historical ecology, environmental history, and cultural geography. As a side effect of urbanization, man has simplified the natural biological complexity of the state's fauna, and today, Doughty argues, habitat change is the most pressing issue confronting conservationists.

Texas Master Naturalist Statewide Curriculum (Texas A&M AgriLife Research and Extension Service Series)

 (Texas Master Naturalist Statewide Curriculum (Texas A&M AgriLife Research and Extension Service)
For fifteen years, the Texas Master Naturalist program has been hugely successful, training more than 9,600 volunteers who have given almost 2.8 million hours to nature education. This dedicated corps of naturalists provides teaching, outreach, and service in their communities, promoting the appreciation and stewardship of natural resources and natural areas around the state. Hundreds of new volunteers are trained every year, and the Texas Master Naturalist Statewide Curriculum serves as the basis of instruction for trainees who complete a certification course taught under the auspices of more than forty program chapters. The curriculum contains twenty-four units of instruction that range from geology to ornithology to wetland ecology—all written by the state’s top scientists and experts. Available as well to educators, interpreters, and others who may not yet be able to commit to the Texas Master Naturalist program, the curriculum offers an authoritative source of information for anyone seeking to learn more about the natural world in Texas.

A Naturalist's Guide to the Texas Hill Country (W. L. Moody Jr. Natural History Series)

 (A Naturalist's Guide to the Texas Hill Country (W. L. Moody Jr. Natural History)
In this guide, biologist Mark Gustafson introduces residents and visitors to the history, geology, water resources, plants, and animals found in the nineteen counties occupying the eastern part of the Edwards Plateau, the heart of the Hill Country. He profiles three hundred of the most common and unique species from all of the major groups of plants and animals: trees, shrubs, wildflowers, cacti, vines, grasses, ferns, fungi, lichens, birds, mammals, reptiles, amphibians, fishes, and invertebrates. Color photographs are included for each species along with a brief description. He closes with a chapter on significant state parks and natural areas in the region as an invitation to visit and explore the Texas Hill Country. As large metropolitan areas continue to encroach on the Hill Country, newcomers are moving in and more people are flocking to its many attractions. This guidebook will enrich the appreciation of the region’s rich and unique biodiversity and encourage conservation of the natural world encountered.

White-Tailed Deer Habitat: Ecology and Management on Rangelands (Perspectives on South Texas, sponsored by Texas A&M University-Kingsville)

 (White-Tailed Deer Habitat: Ecology and Management on Rangelands (Perspectives on South Texas, sponsored by Texas A&M)
The original, 2006 edition of Timothy Edward Fulbright and J. Alfonso Ortega-S.’s White-Tailed Deer Habitat: Ecology and Management on Rangelands was hailed as “a splendid reference for the classroom and those who make their living from wildlife and the land” and as “filling a niche that is not currently approached in the literature.”In this second, full-color edition, revised and expanded to include the entire western United States and northern Mexico, Fulbright and Ortega-S. provide a carefully reasoned synthesis of ecological and range management principles that incorporates rangeland vegetation management and the impact of crops, livestock, predation, and population density within the context of the arid and semiarid habitats of this broad region. As landowners look to hunting as a source of income and to the other benefits of managing for wildlife, the clear presentation of the up-to-date research gathered in this book will aid their efforts. Essential points covered in this new edition include:White-tailed deer habitat requirementsNutritional needs of White-tailed deerCarrying capacityHabitat managementHuntingFocused across political borders and written with an understanding of environments where periodic drought punctuates long-term weather patterns, this revised...

CMC Heritage Pewter NCAA Texas A&M Aggies DBL Old Fashion Gift Set (Set of 4), One Size, Multicolor

 (CMC Heritage Pewter NCAA Texas A&M Aggies DBL Old Fashion Gift Set (Set of 4), One Size,)
These four 14 oz double old fashion glasses are nestled in a lovely gift box. The glasses are embellished with a beautiful pewter applique, making them a great gift for any Sportsman. Whatever the occasion, these glasses are the perfect gift.

Wildlife Stewardship and Recreation on Private Lands (Texas A&M University Agriculture Series)

 (Wildlife Stewardship and Recreation on Private Lands (Texas A&M University Agriculture)
Who owns wildlife? Common law, upheld by judicial decision, says that wildlife is owned in common by all citizens, and governments have the authority to manage wildlife on our behalf. An equally strong legal tradition, however, is the right of property owners to control the resources on and access to their lands. Two-thirds of lands are private and 85 percent of wildlife in the United States is found on these private lands, so how can governments carry out their management mission without encroaching on the property rights of landowners? If that mission is restricted, how can landowners be encouraged to manage and preserve wildlife?Wildlife Stewardship and Recreation on Private Lands examines franchising systems that allow the public and private sectors to work together to set common goals and delegate responsibilities for the management of wildlife and users on private lands. Through enfranchisement, governments can empower landowners with management authority and offer guidance for them to manage wisely. The book considers ways governments and landowners can work together to be good stewards of the public's wildlife using recreation, tax advantages, and cost shares as incentives.Although any enfranchisement system will have problems, Delwin E. Benson, Ross "Skip" Shelton, and D...

Texas Wildscapes : Gardening for Wildlife, Texas A&M Nature Guides Edition

Texas Am Wildlife (Texas Wildscapes : Gardening for Wildlife, Texas A&M Nature Guides)

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