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North America’s Most Unique Big-Game Animal: The Pronghorn

Though they are often referred to as an antelope, pronghorns are not a true antelope and are in fact the only member in the family to which they belong.

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Raising Roosevelts: The Next Generation of Wildlife Conservation

Theodore Roosevelt’s contributions to wildlife conservation and land stewardship are monumental. Now it is up to the present generation to preserve the wildlife and land for those generations to come, just as Roosevelt did.

Aflutter over Monarchs

The Texas Wildlife Association's Conservation Legacy program connects local students to the plight of pollinators through a Milkweed for Monarchs habitat campaign.

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Where to See the Monarch Butterfly Migration

The Animal Kingdom is about to see the start of one of its most spectacular annual events: the migration of millions of fluttering monarch butterflies on their way to winter nesting zones in Mexico's Sierra Madre Mountains.

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North America’s 10 Deadliest Snakes

What is the most venomous snake in the United States? Our partners at OutdoorHub offer a rundown of the ten deadliest snakes in North America.

Winter Wheat: Texas’ Best All-Around Wildlife Food Plot

Wheat that is planted with a grain drill provides beneficial interstitial spacing of plants, thus enhancing the foraging navigation for small birds, such as dove and quail.

How to Manage Your Habitat for Quail Sustainability

One of the most avid and dedicated group of hunters in the entire state of Texas are those that pursue quail. Often their most cherished possession is one or more good dogs that flush coveys and retrieve birds after they have been shot. Addicted quail hunters will freely spend money to support their habit.

How to Protect Yourself Against North America’s Most Dangerous Predators

Bears, wolves, and cougars may be a sight to behold from a distance, but up close they can be rather frightening. Here's what to do if your wildlife encounter becomes more than just a photo op.

Red Fox: History, Habitats & Habits

If you live in any of the lower 48 states, Canada or Alaska, at least one of the five North American fox species is your neighbor.

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A Guide to Texas Exotics

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.

Tech We Like: Drones to the Rescue!

Researchers from groups including the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and U.S. Geological Survey are using drone technology to help protect North America’s rarest mammal, the endangered black-footed ferret.

Camera Surveys: The Emerging Wildlife Tool

Game cameras have become a popular scouting tool for hunters, but are they the right tool for you?

Grazing as a Habitat Management Tool

Ruben Cantu and Greg Simons of Wildlife Consultants offer an overview of the benefits of livestock and game grazing to improve ranch and farm habitat.

Powerful Pollinators (and Why You Should Care)

We at Lands of America confess our frequent admiration for blockbuster big-game species like elk and deer as icons of ...

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Stephen Kirkpatrick: Wildlife and Nature Photographer

Stephen Kirkpatrick has been chased by grizzly bears, attacked by alligators, and nibbled by piranha, and in the process, he’s captured some of the world’s most exciting wildlife and nature photography.

The Animals of Lands of America

From aoudads to zebras, here are some of our favorite pictures of animals on land and ranches for sale on Lands of America.

Exotic Animals for Your Ranch

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.

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Guide to Introducing to Exotic Wildlife on Your Land

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.

How to Optimize Habitat on Your Land

There is a subtle, but critical difference between optimizing habitat and maximizing habitat.

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A Guide to Growing Big Deer

Managing your deer population and wildlife habitat is key to ensuring your deer herd stays healthy and robust.