An up-close look at exotic wildlife
Located near the dividing line of the Texas Hill Country and the South Texas Plain, this 2,000± acres offers more diversification of terrain and rich, deep-soiled valleys than any other property currently on the market.
Little Creek Ranch in Mills County, Texas, offers a centrally located cattle, big game or bird-hunting ranch. Split into two separate tracts, the high-fenced property is home to diverse area of native and exotic wildlife including whitetail deer, Rio Grande turkey, Bobwhite quail, Axis and Sika deer, Blackbuck antelope and more.
Congratulations to Doug Evans of Texas Hill Country's Evans Ranch Properties for his sale this week of Double T Ranch, an exceptional game ranch in Real County.
Today, axis deer are in great abundance in certain areas of Texas, found free-ranging in many counties in central Texas, and commonly found on high-fenced game ranches in various regions of the state.
They’ve been called a “poor man’s bighorn”. Some taxonomists do not even consider them to be a true sheep, since they also possess morphological traits that are more like a goat, but make no mistake about it, these hardy animals have become a popular quarry for hunters who are looking for a unique and challenging hunting experience.
From aoudads to zebras, here are some of our favorite pictures of animals on land and ranches for sale on Lands of America.
Many land buyers are avid recreational hunters interested in creating their own game parks, while some enjoy exotic animals on their ranch for their beauty.
Owning land in Texas means different things to different people. For some who have inherited land, it is an opportunity to maintain their family’s heritage. For others who have recently purchased recreational land, it is a chance to create a legacy of their own.