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TX Herpers Survey FINAL REPORT Here:

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Posted by: regalringneck at Wed Aug 22 08:24:10 2012  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by regalringneck ]  
   

Hey Chris, super kudoes to you for taking this concept on and following through to a completed report & available to those of us who chose to participate.
I now have my copy & will retain it as a reference document.
I havent had a chance to read it, so may have additional comment later. I hope it serves to impress upon TP&W that the minority rights of herp enthusiasts are as worthy of their time and mngmt as other sectors of the recreating public.

Ahh Texas; while biologically cool, unfortunately not so blessed socially, combined w/ way too much testosterone makes Tx a good place for herp hunters to stay away from, and the texicans w/few exceptions, obviously prefer it that way too.

Anyway I applaud you again for this effort.

Cheers, John Gunn


   

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