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Safari Whitetail Resort

Featured Listing: Safari Whitetail Resort

Safari Whitetail Resort offers 989 acres of unique Wisconsin land with lake and creek frontage, abundant wildlife, charming accommodations, pine plantations, 20 miles of ATV and snowmobiling trails, a sand beach and more.

On the Cover: Bar J Ranch

Bar J Ranch consists of 6,234 deeded acres located 10 miles southeast of Salina, Utah, plus an inholding in the Fish Lake National Forest. The ranch includes an incredible mix of ecosystems, from cottonwood-lined river bottoms up to alpine basins of aspen and pine. Water is abundant with over eight miles of private trout streams.

On the Cover: Dolce Vita Ranch

In the Cross Timbers Eco Region of Texas, Dolce Vita Ranch features both level land near the creek bottom and rolling hills looking off into the distance, making the diversity of terrain on the property truly unique. The elegant Italian-style main home sits near the highest point of the property.

Photo Credit: Jeremiah Morton Photography

Wildlife Partners: Profit in Conservation

No longer just a hobby for the rich, non-native wildlife has found its way into the hands of capitalists. As a result, critically endangered species from across the globe are thriving in private hands. Investors are claiming profits and their actions are saving wildlife for generations to come.

Texas Wildlife Association: The Voice of Texas Wildlife. Picture of Texas State Capitol

Texas Wildlife Association: The Voice of Texas Wildlife

Defense is needed every biennial session. With more than 7,000 bills filed on a mind-boggling array of subjects, there is always something lurking in the details that can create problems for Texas landowners.

Evans Ranch

On the Cover: Evans Ranch

The 592-acre Evans Ranch is a true California gem, situated in Plumas County. The top-shelf improvements, timber and park-like setting give this ranch an exceptional beauty and make it the grand entertaining ranch of the mountains.

Austin Trophy Whitetails

Austin Trophy Whitetails

With a 6,000-square-foot lodge that sleeps up to 24 as well as a private condo, Austin Trophy Whitetails pushes comfort into the realm of luxurious, rustic elegance. Impeccably decorated with an eye to the outdoors, the accommodations feature warm wood, native stone, high-end furnishings and fixtures that showcase artistic taxidermy representing species from around the world from Varner’s personal hunting expeditions. Unique décor, such as bar stools crafted from full-size western saddles, remind guests they ...

Featured Listing: Alta Luna Ranch

The Alta Luna Ranch is located in the North Central New Mexico range of the Rocky Mountains known as the Sangre de Cristo’s. If you’re looking for a great corporate retreat, awesome recreational, great hunting or an end-of-the-road getaway place, then the Alta Luna Ranch fits the bill.

Cherokee Springs Ranch

Featured Listing: Cherokee Springs Ranch

Cherokee Springs Ranch, located between Cherokee and Bend in southeastern San Saba County, is a 1,685± acre wonderland of live water, diverse landscapes, unsurpassed productivity and real Hill Country ranch living.

4M Ranch

On the Cover: 4M Ranch

The highly improved 4M Ranch is a world unto itself with an incredible suite of world-class improvements including a 5,000-foot paved runway, crushed rock roads, headquarters complex and, set out miles away on a limestone perch, a truly remarkable 10,000± square-foot home with infinity pool peering down at the four miles of Lower Pecos River frontage below. Stunning, complete and perfect are words that come to mind. Located 16 miles north of Langtry on county-maintained ...

Pebble River Ranch

Pebble River Ranch

The trickle and burble of crystalline water provides a constant soundtrack throughout the ranch as the Guadalupe River runs on the eastern portion. Cherry Creek and White Oak Creek add their own rhythms to the symphony as they meander through the majestic Hill Country landscape. Three water wells, ranging from 25 gallons per minute to 100 gallons per minute, expand options for water sources.

Destination Hill Country: Where Scenic Views & Wildlife Abound

If you’ve ever thought about investing in the Hill Country, here are great points to consider. In 2020, Texas added more residents than any other state. Texas is home to 50 Fortune 500 companies and is the ninth largest economy worldwide. Throw in a business-friendly atmosphere, no corporate and personal income tax and fewer regulations—and the fact Texas also is home to advanced manufacturing and energy development—and it’s tough to beat.

WildLife 2021: We Are Family

While many organizations scrambled to create an online presence, the Conservation Legacy team drew from its extensive experience of delivering digital education. TWA has been using the Internet and videoconferencing to reach students across Texas since 2007.

Eagle Rock Ranch

On the Cover: Eagle Rock Ranch

Loosely bounded by Highway 26 and the John Day River to the south, Eagle Rock Ranch climbs from 3,100 to 5,000 feet to offer varied landscape and unrestricted privacy. From hidden highland plateaus, the ranch is still just a short distance from the amenities of the city of John Day, including Blue Mountain Hospital and the Grant County Regional Airport which offers a 5,220-foot asphalt runway.

Featured Listing: Lakes of Danbury

There are few recreational properties that have the potential for income that can compare to the Lakes of Danbury. The vaunted name still carries a real cachet in the sporting world around the country, and the right buyer can take advantage of its historic potential.

Lake Creek Ranch

Featured Listing: Lake Creek Ranch

Lake Creek Ranch contains all of the desirable ingredients of a classic Hill Country property: expansive meadows, wide valleys and towering mountains with breathtaking views.

Glensprings Ranch

Featured Listing: Glensprings Ranch

Memory is the meaning of Glensprings Ranch. It’s been both the setting and the main character for enriching the moments that family has together, in the quiet, outside the city-noise. The home was built to embrace the land, to enhance and honor the silence. Here, you’re never lonely as the longhorns graze nearby, but ever quiet, ever nourished. You and that great oak can both grow stronger with your feet in the same spring water. ...

TWA: Conservation Legacy: Adapting and Overcoming

Conservation Legacy: Adapting and Overcoming

While many organizations scrambled to create an online presence, the Conservation Legacy team drew from its extensive experience of delivering digital education. TWA has been using the Internet and videoconferencing to reach students across Texas since 2007.