of habitat management and conservation. Reading rec.: Aldo Leopold’s Sand County Almanac • Landowners enrolled in MLDP are able to take advantage of extended season lengths and liberalized harvest opportunities.
Wildlife Information Management Services (TWIMS) online application for ~10 years • TWIMS served TPWD well and clearly demonstrated the ability to stretch our resources further and improve data management, but lacked a geospatial component
produce automated harvest recommendations, which could lead to a ‘do-it-yourself’ tag issuance option • Two independent datasets were available, which together could be used to determine an estimated population of deer on a given property • With the development a third dataset, a harvest recommendation could be generated