Texas Fish & Game

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March 13, 2019

A Conversation About Poaching, Hunter Recruitment and More (Podcast)

Poaching is a serious and growing threat in much of the world and that is what begins a fascinating conversation between TF&G Editor-In-Chief Chester Moore and Houston Safari Club Executive Director Joe Betar. Listen the podcast […]
March 7, 2019

Feds Combat Illegal Wildlife Trade

The illegal trade in wildlife risks instability in range nations; fuels an organized, international network of criminals who also deal in arms, people and drug trafficking; and threatens the very future of treasured animals such as […]
March 6, 2019

Untangling Whales From Nets (Video)

Whales can become entangled—in fishing gear, lines, or ropes—as they swim through the ocean. Entanglement can injure the whales and impair their ability to eat, swim, and reproduce. Watch as Sarah Wilkin, the NOAA Fisheries National […]
February 27, 2019

Wild America’s Marty Stouffer (Podcast)

My radio program “Moore Outdoors” allows me to be able to interview all kinds of experts on wildlife. By far one of the greatest interview subjects is Marty Stouffer of “Wild America” fame and he recently recorded […]
February 20, 2019

Box Turtle Battles Rattlesnake

When Diane James walked into her backyard in Post, TX she did not expect to see a rattlesnake. Nor did she expect to see an ornate box turtle killing and eating one. But that is exactly what […]
February 13, 2019

The Baddest Wild Cattle On The Planet?

It must be the Texan in me. I love cattle especially wild ones. There is something powerful and majestic about the bulls in particular. Numerous species exist around the world but my favorite is the banteng of Southeast […]
February 13, 2019

Big Hogs Invade Texas City (Video)

Seeing raccoons, opossums and even coyotes in the city is commonplace throughout the American South. But a much larger  creature has entered the concrete jungle and its suburban outposts-the feral hog. Graham, TX isn’t a big city […]
January 31, 2019

Desert Bighorns Released Into Mexico

he steep and imposing canyon walls of Sierra El Alamo are lined with images that reveal the significance of wild sheep to local inhabitants thousands of years ago. Once widely distributed throughout northern Mexico, less than […]
January 23, 2019

A Look At How Marine Mammals Impacted By Sonar, Military Testing

The National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS) today issued final authorizations under the Marine Mammal Protection Act to incidentally, but not intentionally, “take” marine mammals during Naval training and testing in the Pacific. This is the third […]
January 16, 2019

Do Feral Cats Kill 2.4 Billion Birds Each year?

A new open access study by leading scientists rebuts unfounded criticisms and reaffirms the need for effective outdoor cat control. According to researchers, coordinated critics have mounted a “misinformation campaign designed to purposefully fabricate doubt regarding […]
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