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Information on clutch size, predation and cowbird parasitism will be recorded. Funding for this study was provided TPWD. Effect of Grazing on Forb Diversity and Abundance in a Honey Mesquite Parkland in South Texas Donald C. Ruthven, III, TPWD Livestock grazing is the most common use of rangelands, and overgrazing by domestic livestock has stirred much debate concerning the continued use of public rangelands for livestock production. With the increase of wildlife-related enterprises on South Texas rangelands, there is little data available on the compatibility of livestock and wildlife management.
Mountain lions typically preferred riparian habitats more than upland habitat. 014) than random sites. 005/km2. Our model will help managers predict the likelihood of mountain lions occurring on their property and the impacts they may have on resident prey populations based on kill rates. Cooperative funding for this project was provided by TPWD, the Welder Wildlife and Summerlee Foundations, Albert Biedenharn III, Rod Lewis and Eddie Knight. Many generous landowners throughout South Texas provided access to private lands.
Our goal with this ongoing project was to increase our understanding of indigo snake ecology and provide information to help land managers understand the influence of land-use practices on this threatened species. Funding was provided by TPWD (Region IV, South Texas Research Fund, State Wildlife Grant). Texas Parks and Wildlife Department Texas Nature Trackers: A Citizen-based Volunteer Monitoring Program Lee Ann Linam and Marsha May Reimer, TPWD In 1992 TPWD began developing a strategy for monitoring Species of Concern (then Candidate Species) using citizen volunteers.
Wildlife Research Highlights 2003 by Jay A. Roberson, Editor