Map of Wildlife Management Associations of Texas
Wildlife professionals believe that the greatest threats to wildlife in Texas are habitat loss and fragmentation due to population growth and changing land uses. One promising solution to these problems comes through the efforts of landowners working together to conserve and enhance their land for the benefit of wildlife.
Benefits to joining a Wildlife Management Association include:
- Getting to know your neighbors and sharing support in achieving common goals
- Opportunities to work with and learn from wildlife and other natural resource professionals through programs and field days
- Building a social network with neighbors who share your vision and desire to maintain land values and quality of life
- Improve the wildlife resources of your land by cooperating with neighbors to enhance habitat values at a larger landscape level
For more information on Wildlife Management Associations and how to start one in your area, see A Guide for Wildlife Management Associations and Co-ops.
For those users with Google Earth installed, and a high-speed Internet connection, there is a downloadable KMZ file for use with Google Earth which details the outlines of all the wildlife management associations in Texas.
Geographical location data is supplied by Texas Parks and Wildlife Department in cooperation with local wildlife management associations.
The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department (TPWD) provides Google maps and links to Google as a courtesy to the public. TPWD makes no warranty, representation, or guarantee of any kind regarding the Google maps and directions as displayed on Google, Inc. websites. TPWD assumes no liability for any errors, omissions, or inaccuracies in the information provided regardless of the cause of such, or for any decision made, action taken, or action not taken by the user in reliance upon any maps or information provided herein.