Texas Parks and Wildlife Department
TPWD provides technical assistance, free of charge to land managers who wish to incorporate wildlife management practices into present and future land use decisions.
Upon request, a TPWD wildlife biologist will meet with the landowner to perform an ecological assessment of the property and discuss the landowner’s management goals. The wildlife biologist will:
- provide the landowner with tailored recommendations in the form of a written management plan and demonstrate proper record keeping for wildlife management progress
- detail and demonstrate wildlife population survey techniques so that the landowner can independently survey wildlife according to the management plan
- maintain a relationship with the landowner via periodic visits and interpretation of the wildlife survey, and will also help to adjust the plan as needed
Texas Parks and Wildlife Department (TPWD)’s Private Lands and Habitat Program is a part of the Wildlife Division.
- The first step is to work with a local wildlife biologist to assess your land use goals. Let the wildlife biologist know you are interested in wildlife management planning on your property.
- Find your local TPWD wildlife biologist: