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.
Game cameras have become a popular scouting tool for hunters, but are they the right tool for you?
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.
We at Lands of America confess our frequent admiration for blockbuster big-game species like elk and deer as icons of ...
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.
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.
There is a subtle, but critical difference between optimizing habitat and maximizing habitat.
Managing your deer population and wildlife habitat is key to ensuring your deer herd stays healthy and robust.
Written by Greg Simons and Ruben Cantu, Wildlife Biologists | Wildlife Consultants, Inc. “Measure twice, cut once” is good advice for carpenters—and for ...
Areas that stay moist for long periods during the year may have potential for duck habitat.
Continued growth of urbanization provides an opportunity for ranches to increase income through wildlife based recreation offerings to the public. Some landowners are currently taking advantage of these opportunities; but there are still unmet market needs.
Ruben Cantu and Greg Simons of Wildlife Consultants offer their expert advice on 1-d-1 valuations and implications for property and land owners' taxes.
Learn how to spot the difference between diamond back water snakes (non-venomous) and western cottonmouth snakes (venomous) on your Texas property.