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Online Q & A Session about the Wildlife Tax Valuation

9:00a to 11:00a
Mon, April 15, 2024


Biologists will be available online to answer questions regarding the wildlife tax valuation, developing a wildlife management plan, and selecting management practices. Participants are strongly encouraged to watch a series of videos prior to attending the online session.

Registrants will receive a link to a set of recorded presentations that provide an overview of the wildlife tax valuation, wildlife management plan development, and applicable management practices a that they are strongly encouraged to watcher prior to the online Question and Answer session.  During the online portion, Texas Parks and Wildlife biologists will be available to answer questions regarding the program from 9 am until 11 am.  

The links and instructions on how to view presentations and log into the online session will be sent to registered participants the week before the workshop.

Who should attend? Texas landowners interested in wildlife tax valuation for their property.

Topics to be covered in the videos:

  • Overview of Wildlife Tax Valuation
  • Habitat Evaluation
  • Target Species Selection
  • Requirements and Wildlife Management Plan Development
  • Seven Wildlife Management Practices
  • Filling out the Wildlife Management Plan and Annual Review

Please go to the Wildlife Tax Valuation Registration page to register.  

*You may attend any regardless of the county you live in or where your property is located.

*Landowners must have a current 1-D-1 appraisal (also known as an ag exemption) to be eligible for the Wildlife Tax Valuation.

*Everyone is welcome to attend the workshop to learn even if they do not have property or a 1-D-1 appraisal.

*An email will be sent the week of the workshop with the link to participate in the workshop and instructions on how to log in.

We look forward to “seeing” you on January 26!

For additional information about the wildlife tax valuation, please visit TPWD's Agriculture Property Tax Conversion for Wildlife Management page.