Conservation, Exotic Wildlife Association, Exotics, Three Species

3 Fascinating Wildlife Conservation Stories

What is wildlife conservation? In its basic definition, it is when we protect an animal species and their habitat. We must ensure that species are not only around for future generations but continue to grow and flourish. Government agencies and nonprofits, such as the Exotic Wildlife Association, are dedicated to wildlife conservation. According to the National… Read More 3 Fascinating Wildlife Conservation Stories

Conservation, Exotic Wildlife Association, Exotics, Three Species

God Bless Texas and the Three Amigos

Texas has more exotic wildlife than any place in the world. That doesn’t sound right, though, does it? Surely, they are all in Africa and in zoos around the country. Nope. Texas has over 500,000 animals from Asia, Africa, Europe and other continents. Exotic wildlife is a $1 billion industry supporting over 14,000 jobs. With… Read More God Bless Texas and the Three Amigos

Conservation, Exotic Wildlife Association, Exotics

Senator Cruz Introduces Legislation to Remove Red Tape for Texas Ranchers

Senator Cruz, the Exotic Wildlife Association appreciates your legislation amending the Endangered Species Act. As ranchers, we need your bill remedy to get the government off our land. What people don’t realize is that these animals are extinct in Africa and other countries, but are multiplying in huge numbers here in Texas because the ranchers… Read More Senator Cruz Introduces Legislation to Remove Red Tape for Texas Ranchers

Conservation, Exotic Wildlife Association, Three Species

The Dama Gazelles – Last Members of a Critically Endangered Species

Dama Gazelles, the largest of the gazelles, were once a common sight in Northern Africa. Today, these animals are critically endangered as their populations have dropped precipitously due to the effects of expanding agrarian practices, illegal hunting, violent human conflict, and climate change on their native habitats. Though they are perilously close to extinction in… Read More The Dama Gazelles – Last Members of a Critically Endangered Species

Animal Rights, Conservation, Exotic Wildlife Association, Exotics, Featured

How Hunting Rare, Exotic Animals in Texas Increases Their Value

Cedar Hollow has forested hills, spring-fed ponds and no predators – everything a sambar, Pere David’s or barasingha deer could possibly want. The giraffes can’t escape the valley because the hills are too steep. The brush is so dense that the shy bongo antelope are only seen when they visit the watering hole. Houston businessman… Read More How Hunting Rare, Exotic Animals in Texas Increases Their Value