Texas hunters can take their chances in public drawings for more than 3,800 permits this year, for hunts seeking everything from bighorn sheep in West Texas to javelinas in the Brush Country.
The expanding Public Hunting Program offered through the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department is an example both of the variety and diversity of animals available for hunting in Texas as well as the public demand for reasonably priced hunting opportunities around the state.
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