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Eight Point Ranch
650 CR 468
Elgin, TX 78621

Bobby Girling
contact@eightpointranch.com
Stocking And Hunting
Phone: (512) 423-0362

Renee Girling
Events and Accomodations
Phone: (512) 415-5218
Email: renee@eightpointranch.com

Wildebeest

Eight Point Ranch has Wildebeest for sale in Texas.  EPR has White Bearded Wildebeest for stocking. We are located in central Texas, 45 minutes from Austin in Elgin.  Call 8 Point Ranch today and arrange for your delivery of Wildebeest to your ranch today. Wildebeest Facts: There is no other antelope like the wildebeest. It looks like it was assembled from spare parts – the forequarters could have come from and ox, the hindquarters from an antelope and the mane and tail from a horse. The antics of the territorial bulls during breeding season have earned them the name “clowns of the savanna.” The species that forms the large herds of the Serengetis-Mara ecosystem of Tanzania and Kenya is variously known as the brindled, blue- or white-bearded gnu. Scientists do, however, make a distinction and list the blue as a separate race restricted to southern Tanzania. The wildebeest described here is the white-bearded of southern Kenya and northern Tanzania. The head of the wildebeest is large and box-like. Both males and females have curving horns, that are close together at the base, but curve outward, inward and slightly backward. The body looks disproportionate, as the front end is heavily built, the hindquarters slender and the legs spindly. The wildebeest is gray with darker vertical stripes that look almost black from a distance. This species has a dark name and a long tail. Newborns are a yellowish-brown, but change to adult color at about 2 months. Large herds of wildebeest are located in the plains and acacia of eastern Africa.