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Exotic Wildlife Association Office Re-Opening

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Effective Monday, May 4th, the Exotic Wildlife Association will open our office to regular business hours (8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday) in order to...

Texans Helping Texans | Read Governor Abbott’s plan to “Open Texas”

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Texans are battling a colossal challenge—an invisible enemy that has tested our lives and our livelihoods—but overcoming challenges is part of who we are...

We Have Pneu-Dart Supplies Available at the EWA Office

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In this time of social distancing and following the guidelines set out by our President, Governor and CDC, those of us at the Exotic...

How the African Black Rhino came back from extinction

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Between 2012 and 2018, the Black Rhino population across Africa has grown at a modest annual rate of 2.5% from an estimated 4,845 to...

New EWA Office Hours & Procedures through April 30th

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New EWA Office Hours & Procedures through April 30th In an effort to follow President Trump’s and Governor Abbot’s guidelines as well as those of...

FAQ’s for Animal Owners | COVID-19

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What are coronaviruses? Coronaviruses are a large family of viruses. Some strains affect animals, while others affect people. The majority of coronaviruses stick to their...

A Message from Texas Animal Health Commission Regarding COVID-19

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A Message from TAHC Regarding COVID-19 As the COVID-19 outbreak continues, we wanted to touch base to provide a few resources and talking points revolving...

Exporting Trophy Requirements

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Exporting Trophy Requirements To our members who have clients hunting in the United States, our member taxidermists, or those members planning on going out of...

Hunting in a Fever Tick Quarantine Area Things to Know Before...

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Hunting in a Fever Tick Quarantine Area Things to Know Before You Go Austin, TX – Hunting season has arrived and Texas Animal Health Commission (TAHC)...

Anthrax Now Totals 20 Premises in Texas | Dozens of Animals...

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Texas Anthrax Situational Update Austin, TX – Since the August 6, 2019 update, anthrax has been detected on one new premises in south central Crockett County...