Form PWD888-W7000 "1-d-1 Open Space Agricultural Valuation Wildlife Management Annual Report" - Texas

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  • Released on July 1, 2008;
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1-D-1 Open Space Agricultural Valuation
Wildlife Management Annual Report for the Year(s)
Submit this plan to your County Tax Appraiser, not to Texas Parks and Wildlife Department
Part I. Owner Information
Account Number:
Owner’s Name:
Current mailing address:
City, town, post office, state and zip code:
Phone number:
Tract Name:
Majority County:
Additional Counties (if any):
Part II. Qualifying Wildlife Management Activities
Check the wildlife management practices implemented on the property during the year being
reported. A minimum of three practices is required.
Habitat control
Erosion control
Predator control
Making census counts to determine population.
Provide supplemental supplies of water
Provide supplemental supplies of food
Provide shelters
Part III. Wildlife Management Association Membership
Are you a member of a wildlife property association?
Yes
No
Name of wildlife property co-op/association, if YES is checked.
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1-D-1 Open Space Agricultural Valuation
Wildlife Management Annual Report for the Year(s)
Submit this plan to your County Tax Appraiser, not to Texas Parks and Wildlife Department
Part I. Owner Information
Account Number:
Owner’s Name:
Current mailing address:
City, town, post office, state and zip code:
Phone number:
Tract Name:
Majority County:
Additional Counties (if any):
Part II. Qualifying Wildlife Management Activities
Check the wildlife management practices implemented on the property during the year being
reported. A minimum of three practices is required.
Habitat control
Erosion control
Predator control
Making census counts to determine population.
Provide supplemental supplies of water
Provide supplemental supplies of food
Provide shelters
Part III. Wildlife Management Association Membership
Are you a member of a wildlife property association?
Yes
No
Name of wildlife property co-op/association, if YES is checked.
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Part IV. Wildlife Management Activities
Check the activities you have implemented during the year to support each of the wildlife
management activities listed in Part II.
1. HABITAT CONTROL
Grazing management. Check grazing system being utilized.
1 herd/3pasture
1 herd/4 pasture
1 herd/multiple pasture
High intensity/low frequency (HILF)
Short duration system
Other type of grazing system (describe)
Additional Information:
Prescribed Burning
Acres to be burned:
Planned burn date:
Additional Information:
Range Enhancement (Range Reseeding)
Acres to be seeded:
Date to be seeded:
Seeding Method:
Broadcast
Drilled
Native Hay
Seeding mixture to be used:
Fertilized:
Yes
No
Weed control needed for establishment?
Yes
No
Additional Information:
Brush Management. Acres to be treated:
Check method of brush management:
Mechanical
grubber
chain
roller chopper/aerator
rhome disc
brush hog (shredder)
dozer
hand-cutting (chainsaw)
hydraulic shears
other (describe):
Chemical
Kind:
Rate:
Brush management design:
block
mosaic
strips:
width:
Length:
Additional Information:
Fence Modification
Target species:
pronghorn antelope
bighorn sheep
Technique:
fold up bottom of net-wire
Gap width:
replace sections of net-wire with barbed wire. Gap width:
Miles of fencing that will be modified:
replace entire net-wire fence with barbed wire. Miles replaced:
Additional Information:
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Riparian management and enhancement
Fencing of riparian area
Complete fencing
Partial fencing
Deferment from livestock grazing
Complete deferment
partial deferment
Season deferred :
Establish vegetation
Trees (list species)
Shrubs (list species)
Herbaceous species (list)
Additional Information:
Wetland enhancement
Provide seasonal water
Provide permanent water
Moist soil management
Other (describe)
Additional Information:
Habitat Protection for species of concern
Fencing
Firebreaks
Prescribed burning
Control of nest parasites
Habitat manipulation (thinning, etc.)
Native/exotic ungulate control
Other (describe)
Additional Information:
Prescribed Control of Native, Exotic and Feral Species
Prescribed control of vegetation
Prescribed control of animal species
Species being controlled:
Method of control:
Additional Information:
Wildlife Restoration
Habitat restoration
Wildlife restoration
Target species:
Method of restoration:
Additional Information:
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2. EROSION CONTROL
Pond construction and repair
Surface area (acres):
Number of cubic yards of soil displaced:
Length of dam (feet):
Planned date of construction:
Additional Information:
Gully shaping
Total acres to be treated:
Acres treated annually:
Seeding mix used for reestablishment of vegetation:
Planned date of construction:
Additional Information:
Streamside, pond, and wetland revegetation.
Techniques used:
Native hay bales
Fencing
Filter strips
Seeding upland buffer
Rip-rap, etc.
stream crossings
Other:
Planned date of construction:
Additional Information:
Herbaceous and/or woody plant establishment on critical areas (erodible)
Establish windbreak
Establish shrub mottes
Improve plant diversity
Improve wildlife habitat
Conservation/no-till practices
Manage CRP cover
Additional Information:
Dike/Levee Construction/Management
Reshaping/repairing erosion damage
Revegetating/stabilize levee areas
Install water control structure
Fencing
Additional Information:
Establish water diversion
Type:
Channel
Ridge
Slope:
level
graded
Length (feet)
Vegetated:
No
Yes
If Yes:
Native:
Crop:
Additional Information:
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3. PREDATOR CONTROL
Imported red fire ants (verify prior to application that product is labeled for pasture use)
Control of cowbirds
Grackle/starling/house sparrow control
Method of control:
Trapping
Shooting
Baiting
Scare tactics
Coyotes
Feral hogs
Raccoon
Skunk
Bobcat
Mountain lion
Rat snakes
Feral cats/dogs
Method of control:
Trapping
Shooting
M-44 (licensed applicators)
Poison collars (1080 certified, licensed, applicator)
Other
Additional Information:
4. SUPPLEMENTAL WATER
Marsh/Wetland Restoration or Development
Greentree reservoirs
Shallow roost pond development
Seasonally flooded crops
Artificially created wetlands
Marsh restoration/development/protection
Prairie pothole restoration/development/protection
Moist soil management units
Planned date of construction:
Additional Information:
Well/trough/windmill overflow/other wildlife watering facilities
Drill new well
Depth:
Gallons per minute:
Windmill
Pump
Pipeline:
Size:
Length:
Modification(s) of existing water source
Fencing
Overflow
Trough modification
Pipeline
Distance between water sources (waterers):
Type of wildlife watering facility:
PVC pipe facility
#
Drum with faucet or float
#
Small game guzzler
#
Windmill supply pipe dripper
#
Plastic container
#
In-ground bowl trough
#
Big game guzzler
#
Inverted umbrella guzzler
#
Flying saucer guzzler
#
Ranch Specialties guzzler
#
Other:
Additional Information:
Spring development and/or enhancement
Fencing
Water diversion/pipeline
Brush removal
Spring clean out
Other:
Additional Information:
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