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Law Enforcement Seeking Information on Poachers in Tom Greene County

On March 16 2014, Tom Green County Game Wardens were notified by San Angelo Police Department's Lake Patrol about three whitetail doe deer that had been dumped southwest of San Angelo. This occurred near Lake Nasworthy, across from Rock Slough Park. More »

Game Warden Michelle Mount Named Officer of the Year

Game Warden Michelle Mount Named Officer of the Year

Texas Game Warden Michelle Mount has been named Officer of the Year by the Southeastern Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies (SEAFWA). More »

K-9 Wardens

Meet the new K-9 corps! This story shows the first-ever K-9 team of Texas Game Wardens meeting their new four-legged partners. The first training phase shown here focuses on narcotics. That's a reality of what game wardens encounter in the field, though it's only one aspect of their broader work. K-9 teams also learn search and rescue, how to sniff out illegal hunting/fishing evidence, and many other skills.

Learn more about the K-9 Team »