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Texas Conservation Alliance

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Take Action ~ Protect Wildlife

Save the Date for TCA's Annual Meeting 2024

Join us on September 27th and 28th at the Armand Bayou Nature Center in Houston, Texas. More details will be available soon.

etx outdoors logo 2023.png provides information on over 70 hiking, biking, and paddling trails, to help you explore the wild and scenic outdoors of East Texas! Find your next outdoor adventure with the help of TCA's East Texas Outdoors website.

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What We Do

  • Take action to preserve and protect the natural resources of Texas.

  • Build alliances to help diverse organizations and individuals work together.

  • Strengthen local organizations who care about wildlife and wild habitat.

  • Educate younger generations about nature and conservation.

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Save the Sulphur River!

More sensible options for water supply for DFW:

  • 1) using untapped water from existing lakes like Toledo Bend and Lake Texoma

  • 2) increasing the amount of reuse/recycling of effluent in the DFW region

  • 3) conservation measures that reduce the amount of water used for lawn watering.

Sign up for updates at:

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How to Certify Your Wildlife Garden

Learn how to prepare and certify your backyard and container gardens with TCA and National Wildlife Federation.

Photo by Eires Moriarty

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Go Lights Out for Wildlife! 


Pledge to reduce brightly lit buildings at night by turning off all non-essential lighting between 11 PM and 6 AM during peak migration seasons to help prevent unnecessary bird collisions and fatalities.

Photo by Sean Fitzgerald

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