Our Mission: Creating a Unified Voice in Support of Wildlife Conservation in Texas.

Coalition Members


Friends of the Fort Worth Nature Center
San Antonio Interfaith Power & Light
First Unitarian Universalist Church of San-
      -Antonio Green Sanctuary Committee
Bel Meade Homes Association
Houston Audubon
Texas A&M University-Kingsville Ducks Unlimited
St. Marys ECO Club
Crosstimbers Connection
Environmental Institute of Houston
Sibley Nature Center
Mitchell Lake Audubon Center
Lambda Rho Chapter of Alpha Omicron Pi
Trojan Outdoor Experience Club
Friends of Tandy Hills Natural Area
Texas Conservation Alliance
Siempre Sustainable Network
Texas Bison Association
DFW Wildlife Coalition
Botanical Research Institute of Texas
Citizens' Environmental Coalition
Audubon Texas
Hill Country Alliance
Native Prairies Association of Texas-
      -Fort Worth Chapter
Balcones Satellite of the Texas Invaders
Sustainable Energy and Economic Development Coalition
Cibolo Nature Center & Farm
Nyati Conservation Corps
The Texas Chapter of the Wildlife Society
Texas A&M University Commerce-
      -Student Chapter of the Wildlife Society
Tarleton State University-
      -Student Chapter of the Wildlife Society
Arlington Conservation Council
Texas Christian University-
      -Student Chapter of The Wildlife Society
Texas Chapter of The Nature Conservancy
Alamo Group of the Lone Star Sierra Club Chapter
Texas Society for Ecological Restoration
Bexar Audubon Society
Native Plant Society of Texas - San Antonio
Houston Wilderness
Greater Edwards Aquifer Alliance
Green Spaces Alliance of South Texas
Search One Rescue Team
Texas Pollinator PowWow
Helotes Creek Nature Center
Tarleton State University Herbarium
National Butterfly Center
Lanier High School Retired Silver Foxes
North Lake College Sustainability
San Antonio Audubon Society
Houston Zoo
Texas A&M University-
      -Student Chapter of the Wildlife Society
Native Prairies Association of Texas
Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center
Earth Day Texas
Turtle Island Restoration Network - Gulf of Mexico
Bat Conservation International
New Leaf
Lake Creek Greenway Partnership
The North Texas Conservancy
Land Heritage Institute
SnK Wildlife Reserve
Texas Native Cats Conservation Network
Dallas Zoo Chapter of AAZK
West Meadowbrook Neighborhood Association
Kindred Spirit Mission Consul 8
Northeast Environmental Team (NEET)
Crosstimbers Ranch Wildlife Center, Inc
PrideRock Wildlife Refuge
The Great Seed Bomb
Texas Metro Wildlife Rehabilitators
Nature Discovery Center
Riverside Nature Center
Westcave Outdoor Discovery Center
Artist Boat
Greens Bayou Coalition
Houston Arboretum & Nature Center
Armand Bayou Nature Center
Memorial Park Conservancy
The Native Plant Society of Texas
Houston Advanced Research Center (HARC)
Fins and Fluke
Texas Sealife Center
Wild Oasis
Valley Proud Environmental Council
Houston Parks Board
Friends of the Rio Bosque
Biodiversity Research and Teaching Collections, Texas A&M University
Wimberley Valley Watershed Association
Bayou Land Conservancy
Texas Foundation for Conservation
Texas Coalition for Conservation
Caesar Kleberg Wildlife Research Institute
Bayou City Outdoors
Dallas Safari Club
Texas Land Conservancy
Texas Land Trust Council



Caple Shaw Industries, Inc.
Arborilogical Services, Inc.
Maverick Ranch-Fromme Farm
FM Express Mart
NRH Beer and Wine
Native American Seed
Community Cultivators
Whole Earth Provision Co.
Shaw's Patio Bar and Grill
911 Wildlife
All We Need Farm
John R. Morris, Attorney at Law
Creekside Veterinary Service
Funky Town Food Truck
Wendy Rape - Comanche Peak Realty
Godspeed Personal Assistants
Sports Exclusive Exposure
Crossbone Corns - Reptile Education
JE Tidwell, Jr. Consulting
4J Farm and Ranch
Bowman Consulting Group
Environmental Survey Consulting

The 2015 Eco-Summit Series

This summer, the Coalition will sponsor five, full-day forums in a city near you so we can introduce the Coalition, provide members with relevant information, and encourage Texans to provide their input regarding conservation issues. At each Eco-Summit we'll host listening sessions, and facilitate collaboration between local and regional organizations.  Attendees will include individuals involved in creating the Texas Conservation Action Plan (TCAP), such as land owners, TPWD biologists, academia, conservation organizations, and elected officials.

  • Learn about Teaming With Wildlife: True To Texas’ role in conserving our natural heritage.
  • Discuss the host ecoregion’s Texas Conservation Action Plan handbook.
  • Learn about pressing conservation issues in your ecoregion.
  • Learn how to contribute to wildlife near you.
  • Voice your concerns about local wildlife and conservation issues.
  • Inform others of your wildlife projects and connect with others involved in similar projects.

At each Eco-Summit, you'll have a chance to talk about your priorities for your area, and to work with others to advance your goals, and that of natural resources in Texas. We encourage you to choose an Eco-Summit based on your interests, expertise, or geographic convenience and add your voice to the conservation conversation. Register online for an Eco-Summit near you by clicking on the corresponding link below and completing the online registration form.

Weslaco Eco-Summit 7/10/2015

Fort Davis Eco-Summit 7/18/2015

San Antonio Eco-Summit 7/24/2015

Fort Worth Eco-Summit 7/31/2015

Houston Eco-Summit 8/11/2015


Tentative 2015 Eco-Summit Series Agenda

8:00 a.m.

Eco-Summit Sign-in Starts

9:00 a.m.

The State of Wildlife Conservation in Texas. (Speaker dependent on Ecoregion)

John Davis- TPWD Wildlife Diversity Program Director

Richard Heilbrun- TPWD Wildlife Conservation Outreach Program

Michael Warriner- TPWD Nongame and Rare Species Program Leader

10:00 a.m.

The Teaming With Wildlife: True To Texas Coalition. 

Rob Denkhaus- Director of Teaming With Wildlife: True To Texas

11:00 a.m.

The State of Wildlife Conservation in the Host Eco-region.

Weslaco - Stephanie Galla- World Birding Center State Parks Habitat Biologist

Fort Davis - Deirdre Hisler- Davis Mountains Project Director- The Nature Conservancy

San Antonio - Annalisa Peace- Executive Director Greater Edwards Aquifer Alliance

Fort Worth - Jack Tidwell- Environment & Development Planning Professional, Former NCTCOG Manager of Environment & Development

Houston  - Jaime Gonzales- Katy Prairie Conservancy

11:50 a.m.

Pre-Lunch Poll

Outcome dictates afternoon Breakout Session 2 topics



1:00- 2:20p.m.

Breakout Session 1:

Concurrent Small Group Discussions -Topics vary by Ecoregion


Breakout Session 2:

Concurrent Small Group Discussions - Topics vary by Ecoregion


Coming Soon.

Please join Teaming With Wildlife: True To Texas and show your support for Texas’ natural heritage. Statewide coalitions throughout the nation together include more than 6,400 organizations and businesses. Add your group’s voice to this growing movement by completing the form below and submitting it online:

is delighted to join the Texas Teaming with Wildlife Coalition and the Alliance for America’s Fish and Wildlife to support funding dedicated to fish and wildlife conservation, outdoor recreation and conservation education. TWW: True To Texas is our natural investment in a future teeming with wildlife.
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