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Spring Black Bear Pursuit

A spring black bear hunt is an intricate experience with multiple levels of difficulty and success dependent on a variety of factors. There's nothing quite like it and may become your most anticipated hunt yet!

May 17, 2024
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The Vital Role of Landowners in Saving the Ocelot

The small, secret and lovable wildcat known as the ocelot is drawing attention as conservation efforts have picked up. Primarily endangered due to loss of habitat, landowner participation is vital to saving this nocturnal species.

May 14, 2024
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O | W Ranch
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Texas Oil Family Selling 6,000-Acre Hunting Retreat

A 6,041± acre ranch near Corpus Christi, Texas, that's owned by one of the Lone Star State's biggest oil and gas dynasties has just hit the market for $29.95 million.

May 6, 2024
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Toyota Tacoma Gear Guide

Jay's Top Choice for Reliability

For Jay Leyendecker, there is one truck he relies on to get him across all the rough country and highways in Texas. The Land Report dug in to discover which truck has kept him on the job and recreating wherever he wants to go.

May 1, 2024
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Land of Enchantment
News & PR

Mystic New Mexico ranch for sale. See its 12,000 acres of beauty

A 12,000-acre property, "Land of Enchantment Ranch," is for sale for $15.25 million in New Mexico with Native American artifacts, petroglyphs.

Apr 18, 2024
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Old Rail Fence

Fencing for Wildlife Corridors

Fences can strengthen our livelihood, keep livestock in - or out, alert potential trespassers to a property boundary, and can be used as decoration, privacy, and more. We build them; we're thankful for them, repair them, and curse them (usually simultaneously).

Apr 15, 2024

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