Leadership Opportunities

Texas BHA is united by a passion to safeguard the public lands that support our hunting and angling traditions and enrich our lives. We invite you to become a part of our team and help us grow the Texas chapter together.


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Lubbock Public Walk-in Access Program: BHA volunteers are needed to help local biologists set up hunter check-in stations and maintain around 11 designated small game sites for the 2020 hunting season by keeping them well-marked and free of trash. These sites provide the public with opportunities to hunt for rabbits, coyotes, quail, doves, sandhill crane, and waterfowl on private lands. Beyond the initial setup required for check-in stations, volunteers can hunt and maintain areas on their own schedule as long as visits are within the open dates for each property. This program is an incredible opportunity to build good will with private land owners and TPWD and help more hunters get in the field. Interested? Contact SW Chapter Coordinator Katie DeLorenzo

Read more about the program here: TX BHA Public Walk-in Access Program

Sign-up to Volunteer in Your Region

If you are interested in being notified of volunteer opportunities in your area like pint nights, cleanups, R3 events, policy initiatives and cleanups please email your name, address, email and phone to the Public Outreach Committee Coordinator in your area. 

Region 1 - DFW, Lubbock, Amarillo: Jerrod Mahan 

Region 2 - Austin, San Antonio, Big Bend Country, El Paso: Joseph Seagraves

Region 3 - Brownsville, Texarkana, Houston, College Station:  Judson Brown



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