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Texas Game Warden Mission Statement
Since 1895, our mission has been to have Texas Game Wardens serve the citizens of Texas by providing professional law enforcement, water safety, and search and rescue, while working to conserve and protect the natural resources of Texas.
Lone Star Law Television Series
Texas Game Wardens are now appearing in a new television series, Lone Star Law, on Animal Planet. The show airs on Thursday evenings at 9 pm Central time.
The one-hour show features game wardens who protect more than a quarter-million square miles of deserts, lakes, piney woods, bayous, plains and coast. These men and women serve the citizens of Texas by providing professional law enforcement, water safety and search and rescue, while working to conserve and protect Texas' natural resources.
Every day, game wardens encounter dangerous situations affecting both citizens and animals. At a moment's notice, they must rush to investigate large-scale poaching cases, save victims from flash floods, disrupt illegal smuggling operations along the Gulf of Mexico and rescue injured wildlife.
Texas Boating Law Enforcement Officer of the Year
Warden Bryan Callihan was named the 2016 National Association of State Boating Law Administrators' Texas Boating Law Enforcement Officer of the Year for Texas at a ceremony in Austin on August 25th.
Callihan has served as a Texas Game Warden for twenty years. He is currently stationed in Lamar County.
Underwater Search and Recovery Dive Team
Highly trained, dedicated and compassionate, the Texas Game Warden Underwater Search and Recovery Dive Team finds evidence to solve cases and perform the necessary duty of recovering drowning victims.
The team is drawn from all over Texas.