Year 1693 - Comanche Indians Break from Shoshone people in Wyoming.
Year 1720 - Comanches Migrate to Southern Plains and Central Texas.
Year 1742 - Gebhard Leberecht von Blucher born in Rostock, Germany.
Year 1750 - Comanches Become Masters of the Southern Plains on Horseback.
Year 1758 - Blucher joins Swedish Army as a Hussar at Age 16. Cavalry.
Year 1760 - Blucher Captured by Prussian Hussars, joins their German Regiment.
Year 1773 - Dissatisfied with the Army, Blucher Sends a Rude Letter to the King.
Year 1773 - Blucher's Army Resignation Accepted by King Frederick the Great.
Der Rittmeister von Blücher kann sich zum Teufel scheren
(Cavalry Captain von Blücher can go to the devil).
Year 1786 - Frederick the Great Dies; Blucher reinstated as a Major in Red Hussars.
Year 1811 - Comanche Indians Carve Water Catcher Holes on Indian Point Hilltop.
Year 1815 - Blucher's Decisive Flanking Action Saves Wellington at Waterloo.
Year 1842 - Under a Comanche Moon, Indians Attack Austin from Buzzard Creek.
Year 1846 - Comanche Indian Chief Loses Perfect Arrowhead Point near Main Blind.
Year 1867 - General Blucher's Great Nephew Surveys Texas; Names Blucher Mountain.
Year 1896 -Texas Rangers camp at Buzzard's WaterHole, searching The San Saba Mob.
Year 1931 - China Creek Road South Field Planted in Cotton, during The Depression.
Year 1937 - Norma Raike operates the 1700 Acre "Raike Place" at Buzzard Creek.
Year 1945 - "Raike Reservoir" Dam Built; Galvanized Pipeline Run to South Cabin.
Year 1970 - A & B Operate Raike Ranch; prepare Lodge site on Old Baldy Hilltop.
Year 1991 - Wichita Falls PCA Sells Raike Ranch East Half to Schaar / Gill.
Year 1991 - Buzzard Creek Ranch Starts Operation in San Saba County.
Year 1993 - First Buck Killed - Buzzard Creek Ranch. DBG Old Oats CMS/KMG.
Year 1995 - Hot Water, Electricity Installed at Ranch Headquarters Green Trailer.
Year 1997 - Texas Parks & Wildlife Managed Lands Deer Program, Level 3, Starts.
Year 1998 - Buzzard Creek Ranch expands to the North, Reaching BlackTop Highway.
Year 2000 - Buzzard Creek Ranch BunkHouse Installed; Paid Hunting Operations Begin.
Year 2001 - 100 Cumulative Deer Killed since 1991. Restoring Doe to Buck Balance.
Year 2001 - Buzzard Creek Ranch expands to the East, Extending Highway Frontage.
Year 2002 - 1.7 to 1 Doe to Buck Ratio Achieved. Goal is less than 2 Does per Buck.
Year 2005 - 200 Cumulative Deer Killed since 1991. Managed Lands Deer Program.
Year 2008 - Buzzard Creek Ranch was High Fenced with 8-foot, STA-TITE Net wire.
Year 2009 - Best Ever Doe to Buck ratio of 0.88 to 1.0 achieved
Year 2010 - House On The Hill (HOTH) Constructed at Buzzard Creek Ranch Old Baldy Flat Spot
Year 2010 - New Record Best Buck killed at Buzzard Creek Ranch - 13 Point, 157 7/8 Boone and Crockett
Year 2012 - Doe to Buck ratio at 1.41 to 1.0 -- Excellent Maintained ratio against the goal of < 2.0 to 1.0
Best Buck - Thirteen Point Buck Killed, Scoring 158 points Boone and Crocket
Heaviest Buck (Live Weight) 198 lbs Heaviest Doe (Live weight) 126 lbs