Tag: Predator Removals

Richard Gill on Predator Control

Richard Gill on Predator Control

Our youngest son Richard is in the real estate business in San Antonio. He is a Circle owner.  Richard is an accomplished fly fisherman and for six summers has guided the King Salmon run out

Chris Gill on Predator Removals

Chris Gill on Predator Removals

Dear Family and Friends, As Savory says, we almost always achieve our short-term goals but often at terrible unintended long-term cost.  Or as Rollins says: Rule #1 is “Do no harm.”

Steve Nelle on Predator Removals

Steve Nelle on Predator Removals

Steve Nelle is a wildlife biologist with the NRCS.  He is one of the most respected range and wildlife scientists in West Texas.  Here are his thoughts:

Don Frantzen on Predator Removals

Don Frantzen on Predator Removals

Don Frantzen is a highly-experienced manager of deer herds.  We have been friends for twenty-five years. He offered these thoughts on predator removals:

Coyote at Two Section, August 2009

Coyote at Two Section, August 2009

Coyote at Two Section

Cougar at Two Section, July 2009

Cougar at Two Section, July 2009

The policy to treat these as vermin is a huge mistake.

Eagle at Two Section, July, 2009

Eagle at Two Section, July, 2009

This immature Golden Eagle was flying along the east escarpment.

Predator Grand Slam, October 2008

Predator Grand Slam, October 2008

Coyote, fox, bobcat and cougar.  Middle Well.  These look really cool, but guess what was nesting in the trees directly above: our turkey which we had spent a really large sum to reintroduce.