Embracing the Wild Texan Spirit: Best Practices to Support Native Wildlife Across the Lone Star State

Explore the diverse ecosystems of Texas and learn how landowners can contribute to wildlife conservation. From the arid deserts of West Texas to the lush East Texas Piney Woods, each region offers unique challenges and opportunities. Discover practical tips like preserving water sources in the desert, limiting light pollution in the Hill Country, and promoting wetlands in the Central Prairies. Understand the importance of native planting, cave conservation, and beach nest awareness to support species like the Montezuma quail, Texas Blind Salamander, and Kemp’s Ridley sea turtles. Join us in safeguarding Texas’s natural heritage, ensuring it remains a haven for its native wildlife.