Texas Parks & Wildlife Foundation

Texas Parks & Wildlife Foundation Since 1991, Texas Parks and Wildlife Foundation has raised more than $215 million in private philanthropy to ensure the future of Texas' wild things and wild places.

Since 1991, the Texas Parks and Wildlife Foundation has served as the official non-profit funding partner for the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department. Private funding, secured by the Foundation through gifts and grants, are directly improving and expanding state parks and wildlife management areas, addressing critical conservation needs, and enhancing opportunities to enjoy and appreciate the abundance of natural beauty throughout Texas.

Live in the DFW Metroplex? Visit the Southlake Orvis store anytime during the month of May, and when you spend $10 or mo...
05/12/2021

Live in the DFW Metroplex? Visit the Southlake Orvis store anytime during the month of May, and when you spend $10 or more, Orvis will donate $10 to Texas Parks & Wildlife Foundation to support the opening of Palo Pinto Mountains State Park!

AND if you stop by the Southlake Orvis store this Sunday, May 16 between 1-3PM, you can visit with Palo Pinto Mountains State Park Superintendent James Adams about the opening of our newest state park! Stop by, say hi and shop! #Orvis #GreatGiveBackDays #WeWillNotBeTamed Orvis Orvis Fly Fishing Orvis

Live in the DFW Metroplex? Visit the Southlake Orvis store anytime during the month of May, and when you spend $10 or more, Orvis will donate $10 to Texas Parks & Wildlife Foundation to support the opening of Palo Pinto Mountains State Park!

AND if you stop by the Southlake Orvis store this Sunday, May 16 between 1-3PM, you can visit with Palo Pinto Mountains State Park Superintendent James Adams about the opening of our newest state park! Stop by, say hi and shop! #Orvis #GreatGiveBackDays #WeWillNotBeTamed Orvis Orvis Fly Fishing Orvis

Today is the LAST day to join for a chance to win! We have teamed up #WeWillNotBeTamed ambassador Erika Thompson of Texa...
05/10/2021

Today is the LAST day to join for a chance to win! We have teamed up #WeWillNotBeTamed ambassador Erika Thompson of Texas Beeworks to offer one lucky TPWF member the opportunity to win a beekeeping experience and apiary tour with Erika! Join or renew your TPWF membership TODAY for your chance to win! https://bit.ly/3uscOST
#WeWillNotBeTamed #LiveAmongtheWild #JointheWildLife #TexasParksandWildlife

Today is the LAST day to join for a chance to win! We have teamed up #WeWillNotBeTamed ambassador Erika Thompson of Texas Beeworks to offer one lucky TPWF member the opportunity to win a beekeeping experience and apiary tour with Erika! Join or renew your TPWF membership TODAY for your chance to win! https://bit.ly/3uscOST
#WeWillNotBeTamed #LiveAmongtheWild #JointheWildLife #TexasParksandWildlife

#WeWillNotBeTamed ambassador, Erika Thompson of Texas Beeworks loves sharing her knowledge of bees and beekeeping with o...
05/07/2021

#WeWillNotBeTamed ambassador, Erika Thompson of Texas Beeworks loves sharing her knowledge of bees and beekeeping with others. And now she wants to share a special bee experience with one lucky TPWF member. If you join or renew your membership with TPWF by May 10, you will be entered in a TPWF drawing for a chance to win a beekeeping experience and apiary tour with Erika Thompson. She’ll provide the safety gear you and your plus-one will need, and she’ll show you how she takes care of the 50 hives she tends to at her home in Elgin. BEE-come a TPWF member today for your chance to win! https://bit.ly/3uscOST
#WeWillNotBeTamed #LiveAmongtheWild #JointheWildLife #TexasParksandWildlife #TexasFisheries #WildAnimalsofTexas #TexasWildlife #ParksinTexas #ParksandWildlife #TexasStateParks #TexasParks #Beekeepers #Bees

#WeWillNotBeTamed ambassador, Erika Thompson of Texas Beeworks loves sharing her knowledge of bees and beekeeping with others. And now she wants to share a special bee experience with one lucky TPWF member. If you join or renew your membership with TPWF by May 10, you will be entered in a TPWF drawing for a chance to win a beekeeping experience and apiary tour with Erika Thompson. She’ll provide the safety gear you and your plus-one will need, and she’ll show you how she takes care of the 50 hives she tends to at her home in Elgin. BEE-come a TPWF member today for your chance to win! https://bit.ly/3uscOST
#WeWillNotBeTamed #LiveAmongtheWild #JointheWildLife #TexasParksandWildlife #TexasFisheries #WildAnimalsofTexas #TexasWildlife #ParksinTexas #ParksandWildlife #TexasStateParks #TexasParks #Beekeepers #Bees

Celebrate Earth Month by supporting local environmental charities. Add your $1, $3, $5, or $10 donation to EarthShare of...
05/06/2021

Celebrate Earth Month by supporting local environmental charities. Add your $1, $3, $5, or $10 donation to EarthShare of Texas at checkout in stores and online at H-E-B & Central Market. EarthShare of Texas supports 38 Texas-based environmental and conservation nonprofits.
#MyEarthMyTexas #EarthMonth #EarthWeek #EarthDay #ShopLocal #HelpingHere #Texas

Celebrate Earth Month by supporting local environmental charities. Add your $1, $3, $5, or $10 donation to EarthShare of Texas at checkout in stores and online at H-E-B & Central Market. EarthShare of Texas supports 38 Texas-based environmental and conservation nonprofits.
#MyEarthMyTexas #EarthMonth #EarthWeek #EarthDay #ShopLocal #HelpingHere #Texas

Become a Friend of Texas Game Wardens Today! Friends of Texas Game Wardens sustain Gear Up for Game Wardens, a program o...
05/05/2021

Become a Friend of Texas Game Wardens Today! Friends of Texas Game Wardens sustain Gear Up for Game Wardens, a program of TPWF. As a Friend of Texas Game Wardens, you can help us continue our work to enhance the capabilities of the best-trained corps of conservation officers in the nation.
And with your $100 donation, you will receive a special decal so you can show your support of our Texas Game Wardens. Become a friend today! https://bit.ly/3ux6NEF
#GameWardens #Hunting #Fishing #WeWillNotBeTamed #JoinTheWildLife

Become a Friend of Texas Game Wardens Today! Friends of Texas Game Wardens sustain Gear Up for Game Wardens, a program of TPWF. As a Friend of Texas Game Wardens, you can help us continue our work to enhance the capabilities of the best-trained corps of conservation officers in the nation.
And with your $100 donation, you will receive a special decal so you can show your support of our Texas Game Wardens. Become a friend today! https://bit.ly/3ux6NEF
#GameWardens #Hunting #Fishing #WeWillNotBeTamed #JoinTheWildLife

Since 1991, TPWF has invested more than $215 million to advance conservation efforts across Texas through projects inclu...
05/04/2021

Since 1991, TPWF has invested more than $215 million to advance conservation efforts across Texas through projects including…
- the acquisition of 6,100 acres on Matagorda Peninsula to conserve sensitive coastal habitats;
- the restoration of more than 10,000 acres of Texas’ vanishing grassland habitat for quail and other species;
- the launch of Palo Pinto Mountains State Park to life – the first new state park in North Texas in 25 years; and
- the Gear Up for Game Wardens program which has invested more than $1.7 million in specialty equipment for Texas Game Wardens to advance their capabilities.

Since 1991, TPWF has invested more than $215 million to advance conservation efforts across Texas through projects including…
- the acquisition of 6,100 acres on Matagorda Peninsula to conserve sensitive coastal habitats;
- the restoration of more than 10,000 acres of Texas’ vanishing grassland habitat for quail and other species;
- the launch of Palo Pinto Mountains State Park to life – the first new state park in North Texas in 25 years; and
- the Gear Up for Game Wardens program which has invested more than $1.7 million in specialty equipment for Texas Game Wardens to advance their capabilities.

Happy Monday! Anybody else wishing it was still the weekend and you were out enjoying the wild things and wild places of...
05/03/2021

Happy Monday! Anybody else wishing it was still the weekend and you were out enjoying the wild things and wild places of Texas?
📸 : Jonathan Vail Photography
#WeWillNotBeTamed #LiveAmongtheWild #JointheWildLife #TexasParksandWildlife #TexasFisheries #WildAnimalsofTexas #TexasWildlife #ParksinTexas #ParksandWildlife #TexasStateParks #TexasParks

Happy Monday! Anybody else wishing it was still the weekend and you were out enjoying the wild things and wild places of Texas?
📸 : Jonathan Vail Photography
#WeWillNotBeTamed #LiveAmongtheWild #JointheWildLife #TexasParksandWildlife #TexasFisheries #WildAnimalsofTexas #TexasWildlife #ParksinTexas #ParksandWildlife #TexasStateParks #TexasParks

04/30/2021

We have a new podcast ready for YOU! We’ve published quite a few podcasts recently featuring Stewards of The Wild, TPWF’s young professionals organization. The idea for Stewards came from two Dallas outdoorsmen who knocked around an idea for a young professionals organization while sitting in a South Texas deer blind more than seven years ago. Those two young men were Josh McKee and Mac MacFarlan, and we checked in with them recently to find out more about the Stewards of the Wild origin story. Listen NOW! https://www.tpwf.org/episode77/

🎉CONGRATULATIONS🎉 The 2021 Lone Star Land Steward Ecoregion Award winners have been announced! This year’s group of awar...
04/29/2021

🎉CONGRATULATIONS🎉 The 2021 Lone Star Land Steward Ecoregion Award winners have been announced! This year’s group of award winners represent a variety of conservation goals and accomplishments, all of which display excellence in natural resource management and stewardship.

Meet the winners through the link below!

🏆 Congratulations to these winners of our Lone Star Land Steward Award for their accomplishments in habitat management and wildlife conservation: http://bit.ly/LoneStarLandStewards21

With 95% of the land in Texas under private ownership, the Lone Star Land Steward Awards recognize private landowners for their contributions to land, water, and wildlife stewardship.

With a bitter winter storm behind us, and bluebonnets and other beloved wildflowers at the forefront, it’s time to ponde...
04/29/2021

With a bitter winter storm behind us, and bluebonnets and other beloved wildflowers at the forefront, it’s time to ponder the joys of spring and summertime ahead. Thanks to Karbach Brewing Co. and its commitment to giving back, a portion of proceeds from every Southern Wheat purchase benefits TPWF. As a Texas Trailblazing Partner, Karbach is helping TPWF conserve the wild things and wild places of Texas. That’s something to cheer about!
#WeWillNotBeTamed #LiveAmongtheWild #JointheWildLife #TexasParksandWildlife #TexasFisheries #WildAnimalsofTexas #TexasWildlife #ParksinTexas #ParksandWildlife #TexasStateParks #TexasParks

With a bitter winter storm behind us, and bluebonnets and other beloved wildflowers at the forefront, it’s time to ponder the joys of spring and summertime ahead. Thanks to Karbach Brewing Co. and its commitment to giving back, a portion of proceeds from every Southern Wheat purchase benefits TPWF. As a Texas Trailblazing Partner, Karbach is helping TPWF conserve the wild things and wild places of Texas. That’s something to cheer about!
#WeWillNotBeTamed #LiveAmongtheWild #JointheWildLife #TexasParksandWildlife #TexasFisheries #WildAnimalsofTexas #TexasWildlife #ParksinTexas #ParksandWildlife #TexasStateParks #TexasParks

One of the newest initiatives undertaken by Stewards of The Wild is a mentored hunting program for first-time hunters. P...
04/28/2021

One of the newest initiatives undertaken by Stewards of The Wild is a mentored hunting program for first-time hunters. Paired with seasoned hunters, the new hunters learn everything there is to know about the hunting experience, from hunter safety to field dressing an animal. The program is made possible by many generous supporters and private landowners across the state are also helping make this initiative possible by hosting mentored hunts on their properties. Houston Safari Club Foundation's Hunter's Horn magazine published a story in their spring issue about a recent hunt at Powderhorn Ranch. Read the full story here: https://bit.ly/2R8i9QA
#Hunter #Hunting #HuntinginTexas #WeWillNotBeTamed #LiveAmongtheWild #JointheWildLife #TexasParksandWildlife #TexasFisheries #WildAnimalsofTexas #TexasWildlife #ParksinTexas #ParksandWildlife #TexasStateParks #TexasParks

One of the newest initiatives undertaken by Stewards of The Wild is a mentored hunting program for first-time hunters. Paired with seasoned hunters, the new hunters learn everything there is to know about the hunting experience, from hunter safety to field dressing an animal. The program is made possible by many generous supporters and private landowners across the state are also helping make this initiative possible by hosting mentored hunts on their properties. Houston Safari Club Foundation's Hunter's Horn magazine published a story in their spring issue about a recent hunt at Powderhorn Ranch. Read the full story here: https://bit.ly/2R8i9QA
#Hunter #Hunting #HuntinginTexas #WeWillNotBeTamed #LiveAmongtheWild #JointheWildLife #TexasParksandWildlife #TexasFisheries #WildAnimalsofTexas #TexasWildlife #ParksinTexas #ParksandWildlife #TexasStateParks #TexasParks

We Will Not Be Tamed ambassador Dan Oko loves to go camping. When he was invited to join the Stewards of The Wild for a ...
04/27/2021

We Will Not Be Tamed ambassador Dan Oko loves to go camping. When he was invited to join the Stewards of The Wild for a camping trip to Powderhorn Ranch recently, he jumped at the chance. Stewards of the Wild is TPWF’s young professionals organization that offers outdoor experiences for its members to special places in Texas. Dan’s intrepid daughter Ursula joined him for the trip, and Dan chronicled their Powderhorn Ranch adventure in a recent blog post. Read the full story here: https://bit.ly/2QyIPd6
#WeWillNotBeTamed #LiveAmongtheWild #JointheWildLife #TexasParksandWildlife #TexasFisheries #WildAnimalsofTexas #TexasWildlife #ParksinTexas #ParksandWildlife #TexasStateParks #TexasParks

We Will Not Be Tamed ambassador Dan Oko loves to go camping. When he was invited to join the Stewards of The Wild for a camping trip to Powderhorn Ranch recently, he jumped at the chance. Stewards of the Wild is TPWF’s young professionals organization that offers outdoor experiences for its members to special places in Texas. Dan’s intrepid daughter Ursula joined him for the trip, and Dan chronicled their Powderhorn Ranch adventure in a recent blog post. Read the full story here: https://bit.ly/2QyIPd6
#WeWillNotBeTamed #LiveAmongtheWild #JointheWildLife #TexasParksandWildlife #TexasFisheries #WildAnimalsofTexas #TexasWildlife #ParksinTexas #ParksandWildlife #TexasStateParks #TexasParks

There’s a new scholarship available through TPWF that targets young women who are interested in pursuing careers in cons...
04/26/2021

There’s a new scholarship available through TPWF that targets young women who are interested in pursuing careers in conservation. The Women in Conservation Science Scholarship Program advances conservation by encouraging and supporting female undergraduate and graduate students pursuing studies related to natural resource conservation. The scholarship is open to female students who are interested in a career in the fields of range science, forestry, biology, botany, earth science, wildlife management and other majors related to conservation science. The scholarship application period opened up on April 1. Learn more about the scholarship here: https://bit.ly/3sOhroN

There’s a new scholarship available through TPWF that targets young women who are interested in pursuing careers in conservation. The Women in Conservation Science Scholarship Program advances conservation by encouraging and supporting female undergraduate and graduate students pursuing studies related to natural resource conservation. The scholarship is open to female students who are interested in a career in the fields of range science, forestry, biology, botany, earth science, wildlife management and other majors related to conservation science. The scholarship application period opened up on April 1. Learn more about the scholarship here: https://bit.ly/3sOhroN

Celebrate Earth Month by supporting local environmental charities. Add your $1, $3, $5, or $10 donation to EarthShare of...
04/23/2021

Celebrate Earth Month by supporting local environmental charities. Add your $1, $3, $5, or $10 donation to EarthShare of Texas at checkout in stores and online at H-E-B & Central Market. EarthShare of Texas supports 38 Texas-based environmental and conservation nonprofits.
#MyEarthMyTexas #EarthMonth #EarthWeek #EarthDay #ShopLocal #HelpingHere #Texas

Celebrate Earth Month by supporting local environmental charities. Add your $1, $3, $5, or $10 donation to EarthShare of Texas at checkout in stores and online at H-E-B & Central Market. EarthShare of Texas supports 38 Texas-based environmental and conservation nonprofits.
#MyEarthMyTexas #EarthMonth #EarthWeek #EarthDay #ShopLocal #HelpingHere #Texas

04/22/2021

Happy #EarthDay! What great news for the wild things and wild places!

Happy #EarthDay! We appreciate everything you do to support and conserve the wild things and wild places of Texas! How a...
04/22/2021

Happy #EarthDay! We appreciate everything you do to support and conserve the wild things and wild places of Texas! How are you celebrating today?
#WeWillNotBeTamed #LiveAmongtheWild #JointheWildLife #TexasParksandWildlife #TexasFisheries #WildAnimalsofTexas #TexasWildlife #ParksinTexas #ParksandWildlife #TexasStateParks #TexasParks

Happy #EarthDay! We appreciate everything you do to support and conserve the wild things and wild places of Texas! How are you celebrating today?
#WeWillNotBeTamed #LiveAmongtheWild #JointheWildLife #TexasParksandWildlife #TexasFisheries #WildAnimalsofTexas #TexasWildlife #ParksinTexas #ParksandWildlife #TexasStateParks #TexasParks

04/21/2021

Listen to our latest podcast today! Erika Thompson is the founder and owner of Texas Beeworks, and she’s also a TPWF We Will Not Be Tamed ambassador. She is a passionate advocate for bees and pollinators, and she has been featured worldwide through a variety of media outlets and social media. She wants to get the message across that we can all do something to help. We caught up with her on her front porch recently to record our latest podcast. Listen now: https://bit.ly/3awqtjY

From once-in-a-generation acquisitions to smaller land holdings in strategic locations, TPWF is conserving the wild plac...
04/19/2021

From once-in-a-generation acquisitions to smaller land holdings in strategic locations, TPWF is conserving the wild places that define us as Texans.
#WeWillNotBeTamed #LiveAmongtheWild #JointheWild #TexasParksandWildlife #TexasFisheries #WildAnimalsofTexas #TexasWildlife #ParksinTexas #ParksandWildlife #TexasStateParks #TexasParks

From once-in-a-generation acquisitions to smaller land holdings in strategic locations, TPWF is conserving the wild places that define us as Texans.
#WeWillNotBeTamed #LiveAmongtheWild #JointheWild #TexasParksandWildlife #TexasFisheries #WildAnimalsofTexas #TexasWildlife #ParksinTexas #ParksandWildlife #TexasStateParks #TexasParks

Bee-come a member or renew your TPWF membership today for a chance to WIN! If you join or renew by May 10, you will be e...
04/16/2021

Bee-come a member or renew your TPWF membership today for a chance to WIN! If you join or renew by May 10, you will be entered in a TPWF drawing for a chance to win a beekeeping experience and apiary tour with Erika Thompson, founder of Texas Beeworks. Join or renew today! http://bit.ly/2mOvoXf
#WeWillNotBeTamed #LiveAmongtheWild #JointheWildLife #TexasParksandWildlife #TexasFisheries #WildAnimalsofTexas #TexasWildlife #ParksinTexas #ParksandWildlife #TexasStateParks #TexasParks

Bee-come a member or renew your TPWF membership today for a chance to WIN! If you join or renew by May 10, you will be entered in a TPWF drawing for a chance to win a beekeeping experience and apiary tour with Erika Thompson, founder of Texas Beeworks. Join or renew today! http://bit.ly/2mOvoXf
#WeWillNotBeTamed #LiveAmongtheWild #JointheWildLife #TexasParksandWildlife #TexasFisheries #WildAnimalsofTexas #TexasWildlife #ParksinTexas #ParksandWildlife #TexasStateParks #TexasParks

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Dallas, TX
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In addition to our main website, we also have additional sites on featured fundraising campaigns: Gear Up for Game Wardens: http://www.gearupforgamewardens.org/ We Will Not Be Tamed: https://www.wewillnotbetamed.org/

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$7K REWARD for the return of our 2 Missing Golden Retrievers! They were lost by the Rover sitter on June 18th at the address 18385 Babcock Rd, San Antonio TX running toward Camp Bullis Rd and the Lutheran HS. Acoria is 7 years old, 80-90lbs and wearing a pink Star Wars collar. Ripley is 4 years old, 70lbs and wearing a purple polka dot collar. Both had our info on their tags. Both are micro-chipped and spayed (green tattoos on their bellies). If you have found, seen or know where they are, we beg to call us. We promise you, you can have the reward for their return, no questions asked. We could care less about drama, we will do the exchange and everyone will walk away never to see each other again. All we care about is bringing them home. Thank you. Please do the right thing. https://www.facebook.com/BringAcoriaandRipleyhome/ On 6/18/19 Tuesday at 10pm our Rover sitter lost our 2 golden retrievers while letting them out for a late night potty. Because my husband and I were on vacation, they were staying at her apartment complex called Marquis at Crown Ridge 18385 Babcock Rd, San Antonio, TX and they reportedly ran towards the corner of Babcock and Camp Bullis rd. The sitters lived in a gated apartment complex with a gated dog park behind her building. Instead of using that lit green space, she brought our dogs outside the fence onto a pitch dark lawn near the road and woods, carrying both extend leashes in one hand after fireworks were set off by six flags just an hour earlier. She said the dogs got spooked, lunged, she dropped the leashes and they ran. She was informed Ripley was scared on the dark on paper and I believe verbally as well but we have no proof of the verbal. She said she looked until 3am. Later in her rebuttal to our review on her Rover profile, she said she wasn’t informed and deflected her negligence onto our dogs/lac of info. We are not allowed to respond to it. My husband and I caught the next plane home. We saw the sitter once but never seen her face again. Most of, if not all the conversations were initiated by us. There was little communication from her and it seemed forced. We had a news interview and I (Tricha S) called her out on her lac of participation and she became abrasive, acted victimized, accusatory and added to our stress rather than helping us. After that, she was almost impossible to talk to in a constructive manner because she was so uncooperative. Please note, we asked for a picture of the dogs the day before they were lost and she did not give us any. Rover printed flyers for us, made a few robot phone calls, called nearby sitters to help look (not one shown up), offered a $100 reward and said they looked online. At week 3, they stopped what little help they offered per policy. We have requested additional search services but they refused. They told us they may reimburse us for some vet bills or will offer us the worth of the dogs if they are found dead. So since week 3 we have been on our own. There was a sighting of 2 golden retrievers running around a baseball field alone very close to where she lives earlier the day she claims she lost them by a gentleman that confirmed his story twice with us and once with a supporter of ours. Our PI said he thinks we should take that particular tip seriously. If it is true, that means she lost them much earlier than she says she did and was attempting to cover it up. Rover never shut down her profile (that we can tell) and just days later she was meeting new clients. We asked rover if they would tell us about her background check or if she had prior incidences and they would not. I felt it was very relevant to know if she did. This is my understanding, but I could be wrong, Rover is a bait and switch company. Basically, they make these commercials of assurance, trust and responsibility and take credit for that. IMO, almost like an insurance or liable company but the moment anything goes wrong however, all legality is placed on the sitter even though they take 20% of their fees. We have been told that we cant sue Rover but only the sitter for a maximum of 5k. With lawyer /legal costs and the long drawn out process of suing someone that might not even have the money/you might not even win, its better to take the “dead dog money”. The thing is, again, as far as I know(could be wrong) they have you sign a non disclosure agreement at that time so you are unable to tell anyone about it. To me, this is super shady stuff and it makes me wonder how many other people have gone through this with Rover? We have a community behind us in which has got the attention of other rover clients that have called up sobbing because they did this to them too. Its absolutely horrific and something needs to be done.
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