Monthly Archives: January 2014

Making Our Voices Heard – Again!

Another follow up on the issue of poisoning Texas habitat: After a series of public meetings, the proposed regulation that would ban the practice of spraying gasoline mist into burrows, crevices, and sinkholes is being re-written. It will soon be … Continue reading

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Meetings for Public Comment on Gassing

This is a follow-up to my earlier post about the use of gas to commercially collect rattlesnakes. Not only is Texas Parks & Wildlife Department soliciting comments online, but they are providing meetings in Fort Worth, San Antonio, Houston, Sweetwater, … Continue reading

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