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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...

Wildlife: Reckoning - A Dark Thriller

 (Wildlife: Reckoning - A Dark)
Life in the swamp just got wilder…“The Swamp Massacre.” That’s what the media dubbed it. A family on a boat tour through the Florida Everglades. Abducted by the infamous Roy family. Forced to endure hell. Five years later, an aspiring filmmaker and her friends are keen on making a documentary about the incident. To venture into the isolated wilds of the Everglades in hopes of capturing footage that will stun the world silent. They’re going to get their wish. Unfortunately. In this terrifying follow-up to the critically acclaimed Wildlife, Wildlife: Reckoning plunges us deeper into the darkest corners of the swamp…and reminds us that man is the deadliest animal of all. What readers are saying about Jeff Menapace and the Wildlife series:"Could not put it down! Good job of capturing the underlying fear most of us have of gators, snakes, and Deliverance style backwoods." ★★★★★“Menapace will become a household name along with Stephen King, Dean Koontz, and Richard Laymon." ★★★★★"I have been a lifetime reader of Dean Koontz, Stephen King, James Patterson, Lisa Gardner, and various other suspense and horror authors...I have found a new author to add to my list of greats." ★★★★★ “Sharp and fast, the pace reminded me of Jack Ketchum's Off Sea...

When Nature Strikes Back: Floods

 (When Nature Strikes Back:)

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 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.

Wildlife Ecology and Management in Mexico (Perspectives on South Texas, sponsored by Texas A&M University-Kingsville)

 (Wildlife Ecology and Management in Mexico (Perspectives on South Texas, sponsored by Texas A&M)
Mexico is the fourteenth largest country in the world and ranks fifth in biodiversity. Located in the transition zone between the temperate and tropical regions of North and South America, Mexico is an important migratory corridor for wildlife and also provides wintering habitat for several species of bats, monarch butterflies, and temperate North American nesting birds. Mexico faces several challenges to wildlife management and conservation efforts. While there is increased public education and acknowledgment of the valuable benefits wildlife provides, there is still much work to do to incentivize conservation efforts. Fortunately, there is growing recognition that Mexico’s wildlife resources can be a critical component in the rural economic development of the country. Bringing together an international team of wildlife experts across North America, Wildlife Ecology and Management in Mexico provides information on the status, distribution, ecological relationships, and habitat requirements and management of the most important game birds and mammals in Mexico. It also reviews current threats and challenges facing wildlife conservation as well as strategies for resolving these issues. This reference is a valuable tool for wildlife biologists, wildlife management professionals, a...

Beef, Brush, and Bobwhites: Quail Management in Cattle Country (Perspectives on South Texas, sponsored by Texas A&M University-Kingsville)

 (Beef, Brush, and Bobwhites: Quail Management in Cattle Country (Perspectives on South Texas, sponsored by Texas A&M)
In this completely revised Texas A&M University Press edition, Guthery and coauthor Fidel Hernández have breathed new life into a classic work that for more than twenty years has been teaching biologists, managers, and ranchers to "think like a quail."Updated with the latest research on quail habitat management, predator control, and recent issues such as aflatoxin contamination, Hernández and Guthery help land stewards understand the optimum conditions for encouraging and sustaining quail populations while continuing to manage rangeland for cattle production. Written in a style that is entertaining and easy to read, this book is, in Guthery’s words, "meant to be kept on the dashboard of your pickup." More than 150 helpful photographs and figures, along with supporting tables, accompany the text.In his foreword to this edition of Beef, Brush, and Bobwhites, respected Texas wildlife photographer Wyman Meinzer writes of how the calls of a covey of bobwhites—or the unfortunate absence of those calls—can remind us "that wildlife and habitat conservation is directly proportional to the quality of stewardship that we bestow on the land."

Birds of Northeast Texas (W. L. Moody Jr. Natural History Series Book 32)

 (Birds of Northeast Texas (W. L. Moody Jr. Natural History Series Book)
The Birds of Northeast Texas is an annotated guide, for both novice and experienced birders, to the 390 species of birds that have been reliably recorded in northeast Texas. It is designed to augment field identification with commentary on status, distribution, and occurrence in this orinthologically rich region, which includes twenty-two counties in the state.Brief introductory chapters introduce the area’s geography and habitats and give readers an idea of where the best birdwatching spots are. The species accounts explain each species’ status, distribution, and period of occurrence in the region. They often also include a short narrative about habitat preference, unusual records, or some other interesting or unique aspect of a particular species.The species accounts are followed by lists of poorly documented “hypothetical” species, extinct species, and introduced species. A vibrant color section highlights the region’s “specialty” birds, as well as rare finds.It is often difficult to obtain information about the abundance of birds that regularly migrate through an area or about those that visit only rarely. Books like this one, about the local status and distribution of birds, are particularly important for both casual and serious birders who want to learn more abo...

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.

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