New License Plate Benefits Quail Conservation
April 27, 2018
Editorial Staff (272 articles)

New License Plate Benefits Quail Conservation

Texas Parks and Wildlife Foundation (TPWF) introduces a new way for Texans to support quail conservation. A new TPWF quail conservation plate is now available for sale online and in county tax assessor offices where license plates are sold and renewed across the state.

For every license plate purchased, $22 will go to TPWF for quail conservation efforts in Texas, including habitat conservation, education, and capacity building. Fund disbursements will be directed by a committee of representatives from quail-related organizations in Texas, which will be administered by TPWF.

“We’re pleased to be able to offer a means for quail hunters, researchers and advocates around the state to show their support for Texas quail conservation efforts,” said Kelly R. Thompson, Chairman Emeritus of TPWF’s Board of Trustees, who championed the new plate. “We hope quail-loving Texans will buy the plate and bring visibility to the needed and ongoing conservation efforts for this cherished and iconic state game bird.”

The plates are available for cars, trucks, motorcycles, trailers and RVs at a cost of $30 per year, with $22 going to support quail conservation efforts. This annual fee is in addition to the regular registration cost.

You do not have to wait until you receive your renewal notice. You can order at any time and the cost will be pro-rated.

To purchase the plate online, go to visit your local tax assessor office

 —courtesy TPWF



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