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From the Plateau Land & Wildlife Management Team As our summer season comes to a close and we look forward to cooler weather (and hopefully some rain!) this fall, now is the time to ensure your property is on track to complete all necessary qualifying Wildlife Management activities, and that they are well documented. In this issue of Seasons, we will highlight tips for Wildlife Management during drought cycles, management activities to complete before the end of 2022,...

From the Plateau Land & Wildlife Management Team Starting July 3 and ending Aug. 11, those of us in the northern hemisphere will experience a period of particularly hot and humid weather we refer to as the “Dog Days” of summer. While our first inclination may be to hole up in our houses, trying to do as little as possible outside, binging on our shows and getting cranky, there are lots of management activities that you can...

From the Plateau Land & Wildlife Management Team The first half of the year seems to have flown by and another hot, Texas summer is upon us. As the kids start to get out of school, and more of us begin to flock to our properties for some recreational downtime, there are lots of fun activities that you can do on your property that also benefit your wildlife. In this issue of Seasons, you'll find articles, blogs...

From the Plateau Land & Wildlife Management Team Named after the Greek goddess Maia, the month of May brings warmer temps, blooming flowers, and the fresh beginnings of summer. Before the final touchstones of Spring fade away, there’s no better way to enjoy this month than getting outside. In this issue of Seasons, you’ll find guides by Plateau’s team of biologists and Wildlife Management staff to help you make the most out of the remaining spring season....

From the Plateau Land & Wildlife Management Team The winter months are officially behind us, and spring has sprung. We are always happy for spring’s arrival for so many reasons; the budding trees, the greening grass, newborn wildlife, and the slowly warming weather are all wonderful. If you take a minute to notice the transformation happening around you, you can’t help but be in awe. In this issue of Seasons, you’ll find guides by Plateau’s team of...

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 We tend to agree with the Norwegians when they say, “There is no bad weather, only bad clothes!” Despite the chilly temperatures, this time of year offers many benefits for management activities. Texans don’t have to endure scorching heat and humidity this time of year, snakes are still relatively inactive and mosquitoes are still a few weeks away. This Seasons Newsletter is full of helpful considerations and tips for...

From the Plateau Land & Wildlife Management Team Whew. The holidays are done. The new year has rung in. Winter is upon us and cold weather has arrived in Texas. With 2022 underway, 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...

From the Plateau Land & Wildlife Management Team Sleigh bells are ringing, carolers are singing, and cookies are in the oven - although the weather has been mild so far, the calendar indicates 2021 is drawing to a close and 2022 is just a few short weeks away. December is one of the best months of the year, but let’s face it, everyone is crazy busy. Between the holiday shopping, parties, and merry making, we encourage you...

From the Plateau Land & Wildlife Management Team Cooler weather has finally arrived in Texas! November is the perfect balance of fall and winter; it means deer and quail season, brisk weather, time spent with loved ones, and yes, even the beginning of the holiday season – it also means the conclusion of 2021 is on the horizon. For landowners who wish to beat the Texas heat, November is the perfect month to tackle some projects...

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