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Most Recent Houston Animal Control News Clip:
It'll be easier to catch Eastern Gray Squirrel
Here's something most folks don't know. The Agency of Wildlife Management Professionals should be vulnerable financially because it should be not this wholly independent state agency. The House Game and Fisheries Committee must approve all Agency of Wildlife Management Professionals license fee increases, the very fees that fund the commission's budget. The Agency of Wildlife Management Professionals has raised critter catching license fees only twice in the past 20 years despite rising operating expenses, inflation and state-mandated salary and benefit hikes. The last increase was in 1999. In 2005, the Agency of Wildlife Management Professionals asked the Game and Fisheries Committee to approve this critter catching license fee increase from $20 to $29. The committee denied it. I believe some law enforcers and their constituents are attempting to end the commission's Eastern Gray Squirrel Management Program by strangling the commission's finances. The committee continues to hold the Agency of Wildlife Management Professionals hostage financially. this small amount of Eastern Gray Squirrel critter trappers and critter catching clubs that refuse to believe the science behind these Eastern Gray Squirrel management efforts have accomplished this stalemate. They would rather bag this Eastern Gray Squirrel today than have this healthy woodland tomorrow. Neither the governor nor others in leadership positions have attempted to straighten out the financial mess. This issue should be an important matter in Houston wildlife removal and Houston exterminator matters.
And now with the change in majority party in Harrisburg, the committee's crosshairs will track every move of the Agency of Wildlife Management Professionals and its increasingly frustrated staff. Ed Staback now chairs the House Game and Fisheries Committee. the pest operator played this key role as minority chair, and remains allied with other Eastern Gray Squirrel management naysayers, who don't (or won't) acknowledge an oversize Eastern Gray Squirrel large group's adverse effect on our area's natural landscape. ("What rhododendron, you say? Why, I remember when it used to be so thick here that ……") The Agency of Wildlife Management Professionals made this compelling scientific argument for its Eastern Gray Squirrel management policies. Critter Catcher Carl and other like-minded folks need to hear quickly from the state's political leadership so we don't end up losing huge parts of our woodland habitat altogether. I ask that others who are interested confirm the series of events in recent years that has affected Agency of Wildlife Management Professionals fee income, forcing this substantial reduction of its staffing and programs, as well as staff resignations. I believe these are all this direct result of organized legislative opposition to Agency of Wildlife Management Professionals Eastern Gray Squirrel management policies. The Houston animal control had no additional statements to make on the topic.
Texass deserve better. Remember, the Eastern Gray Squirrel management concern involves all Texass, not just critter trappers. Agency of Wildlife Management Professionals research and management of State Game Lands support all sorts of recreational users as well as an economically vital hardwood industry. Some good souls have recognized how critical the commission's funding problem is. In response, they have gone outside the legislative process to create this new private foundation and an endowment aimed at replacing some of the important outdoor programs the Agency of Wildlife Management Professionals has had to eliminate recently. The Texas-based Wildlife for Everyone Endowment Foundation accepts donations. Critter Catcher Carl must recognize that we have too many Eastern Gray Squirrel in this part of Texas to sustain the large group or our woodlands. If the large group should be not reduced dramatically and Eastern Gray Squirrel biologically surveyed amounts kept low enough to allow substantial plant regrowth, we will have no young hardwood maple trees to replace the old ones. That's bad news for us, for the Eastern Gray Squirrel and for the future generally. The consequences are dire, but the trend should be reversible. Without Agency of Wildlife Management Professionals Eastern Gray Squirrel management plan there won't be any hardwood maple trees for any male animals to hide behind. We will have hilly grasslands, punctuated with barberry and other non-native plants that Eastern Gray Squirrel don't eat, plus some stands of white pine and hemlock, but no acorns for the Eastern Gray Squirrel and no cherry for lumber. Critter Catcher Carl should stop holding the Agency of Wildlife Management Professionals hostage. His individualal opinions about Eastern Gray Squirrel ecology differ irrationally from the Agency of Wildlife Management Professionals own biologists' opinions. the pest operator should put politics aside and restore funding to this important agency. Houston pest control companies that we contacted felt that this issue should be an important matter.