Theme:  Managing Pronghorn on Private Lands

Workshop Information:  The Biennial Pronghorn Workshop is a Western Association of Fish & Wildlife Agencies (WAFWA) sanctioned workshop.  WAFWA represents 23 states and Canadian provinces, which Texas is a member of, and is a strong advocate of the rights of states and provinces to manage fish and wildlife within their borders. 
The inaugural pronghorn workshop was formed in 1965 and held in New Mexico for the purpose of exchanging ideas, discussing issues, and sharing up-to-date pronghorn management strategies and research.  Many states and Canadian provinces have hosted the pronghorn workshop, in most cases multiple times, through its 25 meetings.  However, Texas has only hosted the meeting once during 1984 in Corpus Christi (11th Pronghorn Workshop).  It is with great excitement that Texas Parks and Wildlife Department and Borderlands Research Institute at Sul Ross State University will be hosting the WAFWA 26th Biennial Pronghorn Workshop in Alpine, TX during May 12–14, 2014.

When:  May 12–14, 2014

Where:  Sul Ross State University, Alpine, TX

Registration:  Early registration = $175
Late registration (after April 15) = $225