Kerr WMA


Phone: (830) 238-4483
Address:
2625 FM 1340
Hunt, TX 78024

Contact: Donnie Frels

Dates Open: Open year round, except closed for Special Permit hunts. The office is open 8am - 5pm, Monday - Friday.

Events

Join us at the Lee and Ramona Bass Conference Facility for free discussions on wildlife management and research in the Texas Hill Country.

Information will include historical accounts of the Texas Hill Country, white-tailed deer and grazing management, prescribed burning and brush control techniques.

We will also present updates to research regarding the development of a toxic bait to combat feral hogs.

The program also delivers 40 years of nutrition and genetics research and it's function in white-tailed deer.

For further information and registration please contact the KWMA headquarters, 830-238-4483.
Seminars begin at 1PM

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Description

The Kerr Wildlife Management Area is owned and operated by the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department. This area was selected as a land base for the Edwards Plateau ecological area to develop and manage wildlife habitats and populations of indigenous wildlife species, provide a site where research of wildlife populations and habitat can be conducted under controlled conditions, and to provide public hunting and appreciative use of wildlife in a manner compatible with the resource. The Area's primary mission is to function as a wildlife management, research, and demonstration site for trained personnel to conduct wildlife related studies and provide resultant information to resource managers, landowners, and other interested groups or individuals to acquaint them with proven practices in wildlife habitat management.

Principal wildlife species found on the Kerr Wildlife Area include white-tailed deer, bobwhite quail, javelina, wild turkey, mourning dove, fox squirrel, bobcat, raccoon, skunk, armadillo, ringtail "cat", rabbit, gray fox, and many species of reptiles and migratory birds.

The Kerr Wildlife Management Area is located at the headwaters of the North Fork of the Guadalupe River. The Area contains 6,493 acres, representative of the Edwards Plateau habitat type of Texas.The Area was purchased in fee title by the State of Texas (Game, Fish and Oyster Commission) in 1950 from the Presbyterian MO Ranch Assembly under the Pittman-Robertson Act using Federal Aid in Wildlife Restoration Program funds.

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