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Las Josefinas Headwall, June 27, 2010

Upper country has oak, juniper, pinyon. Note the seasonal waterfall on the right of  the cliff face.

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Las Josefinas Monolith June 27, 2010

Photo by ‘Desert Rat’, Eaglebrook ’59…

Supplemental Water and Feed for Desert Bighorn Sheep

Years ago I read an article by a man in the Sierra Nevada of California whose mine was being closed by the feds.  They said his mining operation was harming sheep populations.  He said, no,

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More Proof That Elk Were Native to Texas

My brother Richardson B. Gill holds a doctorate in anthropology and is a leading authority on the collapse of the Maya civilization. He sent me the picture below and comment:

Additional Proof Elk Are Native to Texas

Here in this post (below) is a paper on an elk bone found in a Texas riverbank in 1993. This evidence is part of a mass of evidence uncovered since the V. Bailey conclusion of

Allan Savory at Circle Ranch, June 19, 2009: "I who grew up in the African bush an ardent wildlifer, discovered that I loved the land more than I hated cattle."

Allan Savory is from Zimbabwe (former Rhodesia).  A game biologist, park ranger, guerilla fighter, parliamentarian, exile, rancher and farmer, he has for thirty-five years practiced and taught range science.  Allan developed Holistic Planned Grazing.

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Baby Turkey: June 10, 2010

Here are ten little turkey at the Bunkhouse. We think we have around 20 hatched so far and another few hens still nesting.  There is another group in the desert. TPWD’s Turkey Task Force, directed

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Keylining Bare Ground in Lower Desert

This ground is bare except for creosote, which is now dying as erosion continues, and water function deteriorates.

Planting Cereals in Desert Using Yeomans Plow

The idea of Keyline/Yeomans is to open soil to root growth by causing all water to soak in where it falls. The patterns hold water on the ridges and valley walls for this purpose. This

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