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Texas Parks and Wildlife Friday Tours, Kerr and Mason Mountain Wildlife Management Areas
Wednesday, September 25, 2013 • Posted September 26, 2013

The Kerr and Mason Mountain Wildlife Management Areas will be hosting a series of educational events for the public in August, September, and October. These “First Friday Tours” will be held on the first Friday of the month at the Kerr WMA and then repeated on the second Friday at the Mason Mountain WMA. These events are free to the public but reservations are requested.

All events at the Kerr WMA will take place after lunch (1:00 – 5:00), starting with presentations indoors followed by outdoor tours that demonstrate the topics covered earlier. At Mason Mountain WMA the indoor activities will take place in the morning beginning at 8:30 with tours scheduled after lunch (1:00 – 3:30). Lunch will be on your own but you are invited to bring your lunch and eat at the area.

Part 1: Elements of Wildlife Habitat was held in early August

Part 2: Natural Resources: Addressing Critical Issues in the Edwards Plateau was held in early and mid-September.

Part 3: Ecosystems Approach to Wildlife Management, putting it all together

Friday October 4th Kerr WMA

Friday October 11th Mason Mountain WMA

3rd seminar of 3 will discuss white-tailed deer management, grazing management, prescribed fire, brush control and endangered species. This seminar will also include over 30 ears of nutrition and genetics research conducted at the Donnie E. Harmel White-tailed Deer Research facility located at the Kerr WMA.

Contact the respective Wildlife Management Area office for more details. We ask you to call each area to make reservations to insure facilities are properly configured to accommodate everyone.

Kerr Wildlife Management Area office: 830-238-4483

Mason Mountain Wildlife Management Area office: 325-347-5037

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