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Texas Parks and Wildlife is Looking for Your Feedback

Texas Parks and Wildlife is looking for your input on proposed changes to hunting and fishing regulations in 2016.

TPWD wants to hear from hunters and anglers like you before going ahead with proposed changes to hunting and fishing regulations in the State.

Residents will be able to give feedback at town hall meetings, online or with a webinar planned for March 3. The first series of meetings will focus on freshwater fisheries and subsequent gatherings will consider potential changes to deer and migratory bird hunting regulations.

The schedule for meetings  and online activities to better inform residents are as follows:

  • 1 March — Emory: Emory City Centre, 329 N. Texas St. (Texas 19), Emory;
  • 2 March — Beaumont/Port Arthur: Jefferson County Courthouse, 1149 Pearl St., Beaumont;
  • 2 March — Ellis County Sub Courthouse, 207 Sonoma Trail, Ennis;
  • 3 March — Live webinar at 7PM (details at the TPWD link below);
  • 7 March — Tahoka: City Hall Meeting Room, 1807 Main St., Tahoka;
  • 8 March — Groesbeck: Groesbeck Convention Center, 106 E. Navasota St., Groesbeck; and
  • 9 March — Cameron: Bea’s Kitchen, 101 E. Main St., Cameron.

Final public input will be considered by the Texas Parks and Wildlife Commission 24 March at their Austin headquarters before the Commission makes its final vote.

For more details and comment on proposed regulation changes see the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department and commission information package at this link.

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