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From the Plateau Land & Wildlife Management Team It's official, spring is here! And with the changing of the season comes a resurgence of our celebrated wildflowers and the pollinators that rely on them. Pollinators are key for the survival of crops and other native plants, and are an important consideration for all landowners whether you are in Wildlife Management or not. In this issue of Seasons, we offer tips for managing for native pollinators, a wildlife...

From the Plateau Land & Wildlife Management Team Though it may not feel like it just yet, spring is right around the corner. And with the changing of the seasons, we see a resurgence of wildlife including our celebrated wildflowers, pollinators, and songbirds. Spring is an opportune time for landowners that are managing for birds, or have an interest in birding, to do activities that benefit the different bird species on their properties. In this issue of...

From the Plateau Land & Wildlife Management Team Welcome back to another issue of Plateau's Seasons newsletter, chalk full of considerations for landowners and the wildlife they manage for. In this issue of Seasons, we'll be covering a range of considerations for conservation on your property, with blogs and articles from our expert team of biologists, region managers, sister company attorneys, and more. Read about the Hays County Parks Bond, how you can create open spaces while...

From the Plateau Land & Wildlife Management Team With the new year upon us, property taxes are on the forefront of many of our landowners' minds. Not only are property tax bills due, but now is the time to file certain late protests or motions to correct appraisal rolls. The beginning of the year is also a great time to consider your property tax valuations, and to begin preparing if you plan to make the switch...

From the Plateau Land & Wildlife Management Team We’ve seen a few cold snaps here in Central Texas and we are all getting in the holiday spirit. This time of year is full of joy, relaxation*, and celebrations. The holiday season is also a time for evaluation of our successes and challenges – a time of reflecting and looking forward. We encourage you to think about your land and wildlife management journey as we come to the...

From the Plateau Land & Wildlife Management Team Fall is officially here, and with the changing of the seasons comes another important season - property tax season! Many of you have already received or will be receiving, your property tax bills. It is very important that you review your property tax bill and be sure that it accurately reflects the market value of your property and that your agricultural valuation is in place. In this issue...

From the Plateau Land & Wildlife Management Team Another beautiful Texas fall is upon us. It may feel like we are in the middle of summer still, but cooler weather is just around the corner. Have faith, it’s coming! And with it, deer and quail season, crisp fall weather, changing leaves, and yes, even the holiday season. It’s an exciting time of the year and a great time to think about your wildlife and your wildlife...

From the Plateau Land & Wildlife Management Team We experienced many hot and dry months this summer and as much as we look forward to a reprieve, our land and wildlife are too. As the summer comes to a close, it is more important than ever to think about the water and food sources available on your land, and how to protect and conserve the resources that critters rely on to survive. In this issue of Seasons,...

From the Plateau Land & Wildlife Management Team As our summer season comes to a close and we look forward to cooler weather this fall, now is the time to be considering predators and predator control on your property. From Invasive Red Fire Ants (IRFA) to feral hogs, invasive predators can cause damage to our native flora and threaten native wildlife. There are many considerations landowners must take into account when controlling predator populations, including liability...

From the Plateau Land & Wildlife Management Team Though the hunting season is not yet upon us, Summer is the perfect time to be conducting your wildlife management activities for white-tailed deer. Many of you have had the joy of seeing fawn on your property this spring! An important part of managing for these deer and fawn is providing a quality habitat that they can live and thrive in. So as you relax and soak up this...