The Texas Wildlife Association (TWA) is a non-profit animal welfare organization whose mission is to serve Texas wildlife and its habitat, while protecting property rights, hunting heritage, and the conservation efforts of those who value and steward wildlife resources.
It works with private landowners to maintain the well-being of wildlife, game, nongame, and rare species through proper stewardship of habitat.
TWA takes pride in its three main programs including Conservation Legacy (youth and adult education), Hunting Heritage (Texas Youth Hunting Program and Texas Big Game Awards), and Issues and Advocacy.
Their work will not be complete without the help of concerned community members. Interested parties can lend a helping hand through the following means:
- Joining as a Member of the Association
There are various membership level opportunities available including Youth Membership ($12), Student Membership ($20), Team UT ($35), Team A&M ($35), Online Membership ($35), Associate Membership ($50), Active Membership ($145), Family Membership ($230), Patron Membership ($375), Corporate Membership ($635), President’s Council ($1,000), and Life Membership ($2,400).
The Texas Wildlife Association can be found at 3660 Thousand Oaks Drive, Suite 126, San Antonio, Texas 78247. They can also be reached through phone at (210) 826-2904, through their toll free hotline at (800) 839-9453, as well as through fax at (210) 826-4933. In addition, inquiries can also be sent through the contact form found HERE.
For more information about this charitable group, please visit their website at http://www.texas-wildlife.org.
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