Axis Deer and the Upper Llano Watershed

A public meeting was held on April 6 at the Texas Tech University (TTU) Center in Junction to review a project that will be undertaken on the management of non-native, free-ranging Axis deer and their effects on the riparian habitats of the Upper Llano River Watershed, which includes the valleys of the North and South Llano Rivers. Over 25 persons attended the meeting. TTU is seeking landowners and other parties to participate in the project. The TTU-funded project flows – no pun intended – from the Upper Llano River Watershed Protection Plan (the Plan) that was developed by local stakeholders. The Plan is intended to address proactively the threats to the Upper Llano through “strategies

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