Avoid last minute rush for buying licenses Make sure you get your new hunting and fishing licenses early. Otherwise, you’ll be waiting in line with everyone else trying to get new licenses at the last minute. Current hunting and fishing

Trans-Pecos Pronghorn Restoration successfully relocates 109 pronghorns The Trans-Pecos Pronghorn Restoration Project recently and successfully relocated 109 pronghorns. This marks the fifth year pronghorns have been transplanted from healthy populations around Pampa in the Texas Panhandle to an area northeast

Online resources available for public comment, webinar set for Feb. 21 The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department seeks public comment on proposed changes to the state’s hunting and fishing regulations for 2017-18. Access to online resources, including details on these

Final Lifetime License winner will be drawn Dec. 1 There’s still one more chance to win a $1,800 Lifetime Super Combo license from Texas Parks and Wildlife Department. The final winner will be drawn Dec. 1. Entries must be purchased

TPWD Urging Private Landowner Participation Texas Parks and Wildlife Department Private Lands Advisory Committee, in partnership with Texas A&M University Institute of Renewable Natural Resources, wants to understand private landowner needs, preferences, and concerns in operating and managing their land.

Biologists fight back against giant salvinia Giant salvinia covers about half of North Toledo Bend Wildlife Management Area’s 500-acre wetland impoundment, blocking boat access for duck hunters and keeping migrating waterfowl from food and habitat. The problem would be worse

TPWD Draws First of Three Winners There are two more chances to win an $1,800 Lifetime Super Combo license from Texas Parks and Wildlife. Two more drawings will be held Nov. 1 and Dec. 1. Entries cost $5 each and

Meetings in Dalhart, Amarillo The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department (TPWD), in partnership with Texas Animal Health Commission (TAHC) and Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service, has set two informational meetings to help educate landowners, hunters, and the public in the

More validation that everything’s bigger and better in Texas, dove populations are soaring and the hunting season, which gets underway Sept. 1, is the longest in 80 years. A new 90-day season this fall means hunters will have 20 more

The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department (TPWD) is seeking public comment on proposed rules establishing chronic wasting disease (CWD) zones and restricting movement of live deer authorized under TPWD permits to or from properties within those zones. The proposed rules