Wildlife Intensive Leadership Development

Conservation leaders in every community.

Summer 2015 camp dates and locations

The Texas Brigades’ mission is to educate and empower youths with leadership skills and knowledge in wildlife, fisheries, and land stewardship to become conservation ambassadors for a sustained natural resource legacy.

The Texas Brigades is a wildlife-focused leadership development program for high school youth (ages 13-17). There are five different camps: Bobwhite Brigade, Buckskin Brigade, Bass Brigade, Waterfowl Brigade, and Ranch Brigade. You will be introduced to habitat management, hone your communication skills, and develop a land ethic. The state's leading wildlife and fisheries biologists and land managers serve as instructors and mentors. Each camp is 4 ½ days long.

The camps are held on private ranches and at environmental camps in different areas of the state. In addition to learning animal anatomy and behavior, botany, nutrition, habitat management, population dynamics, etc., you will learn valuable leadership skills. You will write news releases, practice public speaking, and find out how to handle radio and television interviews.

Through these activities, you will develop valuable life skills that will help you regardless of your goals.

If you are interested in biology, conservation, leadership, or just appreciate the outdoors, you should consider applying to one of these camps. Find a career, meet new friends, and become an ambassador for conservation.








Contact Us

Texas Brigades
3660 Thousand Oaks Dr., Ste. 126
San Antonio, TX 78247

Helen Holdsworth, Executive Director

Zelina Alvarado, Program Coordinator