Texas Parks and Wildlife Department has created new web pages that provide a clickable statewide map and detailed local maps for dozens of wildlife management associations or co-ops across the state: Wildlife Associations. The main page states:
“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.”
The new pages also allow web users to sort wildlife management associations in lists by county and by name. Each co-op Web page lists a contact name and phone number and shows a county-level map delineating the geographic boundary within which the organization works. The main page also links to the TPWD brochure “A Guide for Wildlife Management Associations and Co-ops.” The pages were developed in a collaborative effort involving the Wildlife, State Parks and Communications divisions.