Managing Heat for Wildlife on Texas Rangelands
- Date of Publication
- December 7, 2021
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All animals must keep their body temperature in a thermoneutral zone in order to survive'Aiin warm climates, animals must shed excess heat. Because a variety of rangeland wildlife use vegetation as a refuge from the heat, this publication provides a range management strategies and techniques that help create and maintain adequate vegetative thermal cover. (10 pages)
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