Category Archives: Exocits

Bison killing to go on despite lack of proof

There has never been a documented case of Yellowstone bison transmitting the bovine disease brucellosis to domestic cattle… “Asking the right questions means making sure the right people with the right expertise and appropriate background are on the review panel.” It … Continue reading

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The Role of Aoudad in Restoration of High-Desert Mountain Wildlife and Habitat

Can you believe that the Texas Department of Parks and Wildlife have declared all out war on these beautiful animals? They are slaughtering (from helicopters) any that cross onto land that they claim to “own”  The same is true for … Continue reading

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Texas Parks and Wildlife’s response to Brandt Buchanan’s Petition for Rulemaking – “Prohibition of unethical euthanasia of exotic wildlife”

Many of you may remember our publication of Brandt Buchnan’s petition for rulemaking to the Texas Department of Parks and Wildlife. Some of you likely signed the petition. None of you should be surprised at the TP&WL response. Whadayaexpect? — … Continue reading

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Out Here in The Middle

by Chris Gill at The Circle Ranch Out Here in The Middle is a short video about summer at the Circle Ranch, in the high-desert mountains of far-West Texas. It is just a presentation of some of the most scenic beauty … Continue reading

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Texas Parks & Wildlife and “Invasion Biology”

There are even reports from fellow hunters claiming to have seen TPWD officials using the helicopters to herd animals from their land into the park only to mow the entire herd down as soon as the cross the boundary. Somehow … Continue reading

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