A dedicated group of citizens is partnering with Texas Parks and Wildlife Foundation to help advance the capabilities of Texas Game Wardens. Texas Game Wardens have watched over the lands, waters, wildlife and people of Texas for more than 125 years. Every year your Texas Game Wardens patrol over 10 million miles by vehicle and 160,000 hours by boat, facing challenges as unique as the 254 counties they serve.
Please help us support their equipment needs by choosing a region on the map. If you’re unsure of your region, start typing your county name in the search below:
Join Us for the Gear Up for Game Wardens Online Auction!
Texas Parks and Wildlife Foundation is gearing up for its second online auction to benefit Gear Up for Game Wardens.
The auction goes LIVE on September 27 at 8AM CT and CLOSES on September 29 at 9PM CT. It features items ranging from hunting and fishing gear to one-of-a-kind outdoor adventures guided by Texas Game Wardens!
All proceeds from the online auction will support Gear Up for Game Wardens and ensure the program can continue its work to get much-needed equipment in the hands of your Texas Game Wardens.
Become a Friend of Texas Game Wardens Today!
Friends of Texas Game Wardens sustain Gear Up for Game Wardens, a program of Texas Parks and Wildlife Foundation. 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.
Become a Friend today and see the exclusive items you will receive so you can show your support of our Texas Game Wardens.
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Since October 2017, Texas Parks and Wildlife Foundation has raised close to $2.9 million to help advance the capabilities of Texas Game Wardens and equip them with the specialty equipment needed to maintain safety and ensure the highest level of service for the people of Texas.
Meet Texas Game Warden Lance Lindley
Lance Lindley grew up in the Panhandle town of Shamrock and lived across the street from a Texas Game Warden. He idolized him. Lindley loves to hunt and fish and spent lots of time growing up on Lake Meredith, where he was envious of the game wardens doing water safety patrols.
Gear Up for Game Wardens provides specialty equipment your Texas Game Wardens need to maintain safety and ensure the highest level of service for the people of Texas. The state provides the basic necessities for wardens to do their jobs, but there is still a critical need for additional equipment.
Who We Are
A group of dedicated citizens is partnering with Texas Parks and Wildlife Foundation (TPWF), a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, to launch Gear Up for Game Wardens. As a new program of TPWF, Gear Up for Game Wardens is raising private funds to ensure that Texas’ 550 game wardens have access to specialized equipment beyond their standard issue gear.