Texas Wildlife Association

TWA focuses its mission on private landowners and their ethical relationship to the land, and TWA concentrates on issues relating to private property, hunting and hunter rights, and conservation of our natural resources.

TWA Mission Statement

Serving Texas wildlife and its habitat, while protecting property rights, hunting heritage, and the conservation efforts of those who value and steward wildlife resources.

Contact Texas Wildlife Association

Contact Texas Wildlife Association

Clint Faas
Director of Conservation Programs
3660 Thousand Oaks Drive
Suite 126
San Antonio, Texas  78247
Phone: (210) 826-2904
Cell Phone: 979-541-9803
Toll Free: (800) 839-9453
Fax: (210) 826-4933


Service Area

Statewide service provider in:
  • Texas

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Conflict over habitat for two endangered species resulted in a diverse working group able to address the needs of both the species and affected landowners.

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Salt Cedar Brush Management
Texas Landowners with federal cost-share funds are eradicating Salt Cedar in sections of the Canadian River to increase flow and benefit listed fish species.