Map of Wildlife Management Associations of Texas

The Wildlife Management Associations Map is currently under revision and will be posted soon. Visit the List of Wildlife Management Associations of Texas by County to find a Wildlife Management Association near you.


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:

For more information about Wildlife Management Associations or how to get started, contact your local Wildlife District Leader.

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Geographical location data is supplied by Texas Parks and Wildlife Department in cooperation with local wildlife management associations.

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