PLEASE NOTE THE DATE FOR THE PUBLIC COMMENT SCOPING MEETING ON THE PROPOSED DOE DAY REGULATION HAS CHANGED TO DECEMBER 18TH 6:30 PM AT THE EMS BUILDING IN COLUMBUS.
As rifle season nears please remember to get all bucks scored and try to save all heads for CWD testing.
Many thanks, good luck and stay safe.
Texas Parks and Wildlife
1117 Travis St.
Columbus, TX 78934
To all Oakridge Landowners,
Time again for taking a census of the Whitetail Deer within the subdivision. Most Saturdays in August will be used again this year. We will begin a little earlier this year and need to gather before 8:15pm. At this time I need to have volunteers of PickUPs. Will need 2 each night. If you have a family or friends that will fill a portion of your PU, let me know that as we will have some who will be wanting to ride & count. We normally have 4 to 6 spotters in each PU bed.
Be sure to fill out your Observation Sheets during August and if you don’t have one, I can send you a copy.
SPOTLIGHT DATES : Dates are 8/4, 8/18, 8/25 with alternate dates of 8/11 and 8/31.
The 8/4 has already been filled with a family Reunion and with both PUs. We will still have a little wine and snacks on ALL spotlight nights for ALL who just want to sit out in cool evening while the Spot Light is being done.
CURRENT NEED: 2 Pick-ups for the nights of 8/18 and 8/25. Let me know!!!!
Stand-by Pick-ups for 8/11 and 8/35.
Carolyn and Jim Trickett
For all property owners…Please remember to get a copy of the Herd Composition form, fill it out during the month of August and get it to Jim Trickett or another board member by August 31st. We must input this data into the TPWD website, this helps us to get doe permits.
Just a reminder folks, Colorado County Commissioners Court has declared a county wide burn ban and fireworks ban. So please, no outdoor fires or fireworks. More info can be found on the Colorado County web site.
Colorado County Judges have enacted a Burn Ban Order (attached below) for all of Colorado County. For complete details, please see the attached copy of the order.
No open fires, please.
Attached is the August 2017 AgriLife Extenstion Service Newsletter from our Colorado County Agent, Stephen Janak.
Colorado County has issued a burn ban and it’s in effect until further notice:
NO outdoor burning is permitted per county ordinance.
NO fireworks per county ordinance.
Strict instructions for welding.
Includes other restrictions.
Please click on “Burn Ban.7-28” below to see the full order from the County. Thanks for taking care of your neighbors!
Attached is the latest newsletter from Texas Parks & Wildlife Department for our region of Texas containing interesting information for all landowners. Enjoy!
Please see the attached newsletter for all property owners in Colorado County from our County Extension office.
Live life outdoors!