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Woody Plants of the Big Bend and Trans-pecos : A Field Guide to Common Browse for Wildlife (Paperback)
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The Trans-Pecos region of Texas is home to a variety of big game species, including desert mule deer, pronghorn, desert bighorn sheep, white-tailed deer, elk, feral hog, and javelina; several species of exotics, such as aoudad, axis deer, and blackbuck antelope; and domestic livestock that includes cattle, horses, goats, sheep, and bison.Prepared by a team of range specialists at the Borderlands Research Institute in Alpine, Texas, this field guide will allow the area’s ranch managers, private landowners, resource professionals, students, and other outdoor enthusiasts to identify the key woody plants that serve as valuable forage for these animals.Encompassing 18 West Texas counties, with application in like habitats in the western Hill Country and southern Rolling Plains as well as in northern Mexico and eastern New Mexico, the book provides a thorough introduction to the natural features of the region and descriptions, nutrition values, and management prescriptions for 84 species of browse plants.In addition to informing readers about the diet of the region’s large animals, this fully illustrated, user-friendly reference also intends to inspire the continued good stewardship of the land they inhabit.
Number of Pages: 208
Genre: Science, Nature
Sub-Genre: Natural Resources, Life Sciences / Botany, Wildlife
Series Title: Myrna and David K. Langford Books on Working Lands
Publisher: Texas A & M Univ Pr
Author: Louis A. Harveson
Street Date: February 4, 2016
Item Number (DPCI): 248-11-1816
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