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Texas Wildlife Association

Purpose: Serving Texas wildlife and its habitat, while protecting property rights, hunting heritage, and the conservation efforts of those who value and steward wildlife resources. History: The Texas Wildlife Association was formed in 1985 by a group of ranchers, wildlife managers and hunters dedicated to the conservation, management, and enhancement of wildlife and wildlife habitat on private lands.…More Details
3660 Thousand Oaks Drive, Suite 126 San Antonio TX 78247 Work Phone: (210) 826-2904 Work Phone: (800) 839-9453 Toll Free Website: Texas Wildlife Association Website

Purpose: Serving Texas wildlife and its habitat, while protecting property rights, hunting heritage, and the conservation efforts of those who value and steward wildlife resources.

History: The Texas Wildlife Association was formed in 1985 by a group of ranchers, wildlife managers and hunters dedicated to the conservation, management, and enhancement of wildlife and wildlife habitat on private lands. Texas is 95 percent private land, and over two-thirds of the United States is privately owned. Texas hunters, anglers, wildlife watchers and conservationists recognized the necessity of working cooperatively with private landowners on wildlife, habitat and conservation issues.

Programs: Conservation Legacy (Youth and Adult Education), Hunting Heritage (Texas Youth Hunting Program and Texas Big Game Awards), and Issues and Advocacy.

Publications: Texas Wildlife magazine, Critter Connections magazine, Critters of Texas Pocket Guides

Education Programs: Conservation Legacy Programs empower and educate Texans with knowledge of fundamental, science-based ecological principles, foster a connection to the land, and facilitate natural resources literacy by creating tangible relationships with the outdoors through our Learning Across New Dimensions in Science (L.A.N.D.S.) Youth

Stewardship Initiative. All programs are TEKS-aligned, inquiry-based, and interactive. The majority of programs are offered at no cost to educators across the state. Please visit

http://www.texas-wildlife.org/program-areas/category/conservation-legacy/ for more information about additional programs.

David Yeates, Chief Executive Officer
(210) 826-2904
[email protected]

Quita Hill, Director of Finance and Operations
[email protected]

Lisa Flowers, Director of Programs
[email protected]