The 17,132-acre Rancho Agua Grande is one of the largest live water ranches for sale in Texas.
Every August, Nancy and John Merrill flood a hay field on their ranch so that flocks of Rocky Mountain Greater Sandhill cranes can eat and rest during their staging season.
The T Anchor Ranch presents a unique opportunity to own a 500-acre live water paradise. The ranch boasts over 1.8 miles of Medina River frontage and nearly half a mile of Wallace Creek.
The late Nigerian novelist Chinua Achebe once famously said that, “Until the lions have their own historians, the history of the hunt will always glorify the hunter.”
Is it actually possible to insulate mule deer herds in arid environments, such as the Chihuahuan Desert of West Texas, against the extreme pressures that can be delivered by harsh droughts? The answer is yes, to an extent.
The Independence Valley Farm and Ranch offers seclusion and access. The property is located near the intersection of I-80 and Highway 93, which optimizes automobile travel as well as commodity transport.
Until recently few hunters knew much, if anything, about nilgai. The cat’s been out of the bag for a number of years now, however, and the popularity of hunting these big, exotic antelope has soared.
Apache Creek is an exquisite ranch and a haven for whitetail and exotics. It has two lakes, frontage on Hondo Creek, gorgeous topography, cattle working pens, irrigated fields and a beautiful home.
Adrian and Xochitl's passion for the outdoors, and especially for sharing it with their children, is one of the reasons the two women were tapped as ambassadors for Texas Parks and Wildlife Foundation’s We Will Not Be Tamed campaign. The campaign calls us to appreciate the wildness of Texas, the vastness of our Texas spirit and why we should be inspired to conserve it.
It’s a region where you can find Spanish Moss hanging off century-old oak trees, bright green saltwater marshes and towering sand dunes at the local family friendly beaches.
The Great Plains is a landscape that has been valued by humans for centuries, from the Native Americans who inhabited it to the artists, explorers and fur trappers who marveled at its wildlife bounty. Since the 19th century, a variety of efforts have been undertaken to ensure that America’s Great Plains remains intact for future generations.
When it comes to adventure-type vacations, such as hunting, fishing, backcountry hiking and camping, rafting, and other outdoor excursions, the enjoyment and satisfaction levels of the end-result will often boil down to how well prepared the traveler is for the trip, mentally, physically, and gear-wise.
Since 1990, the Texas Big Game Awards (TBGA) has set itself apart from “big buck” contests by showcasing the vital relationship between hunting and habitat.
Leon McNeil’s passion for the outdoors and especially for passing it on to the next generation made him an obvious choice as an ambassador for Texas Parks and Wildlife Foundation’s “We Will Not Be Tamed” campaign.
What are the most important aspects for making your hunting business a success? Our wildlife expert Greg Simons shares his advice based on his decades of experience.
At a time when Texas wild places face threats such as land ownership fragmentation and non-native invasive grasses, Laborcitas Creek Ranch shines as a beacon.
This 146-acre farm in kerr county provides a glimpse of the English countryside in the easily accessible heart of the Texas Hill Country.
A mile-high look at a few cornerstone considerations for enhancing the outdoor enterprise through the culinary compartment.
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.
With some 96 percent of the Texas landscape being held by private ownership, let’s look at some of the pleasures and treasures that are reflective of today’s interest in owning a piece of Texas.