Category Archives: Conservation

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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End the Gassing of Texas Habitat!

In the crazy world of the non-game wildlife trade, some hunters collect live rattlesnakes to be made into hatbands, trinkets, and other products. Many of these snakes come through the annual rattlesnake roundups where they endure cruelty and stupid daredevil … Continue reading

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