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What is The Woodlands Township's policy on hunting?
Hunting in The Woodlands is strictly prohibited by the Covenants of The Woodlands.


It is a criminal violation of Township Order to hunt or use any weapon to injure any form of wildlife in The Woodlands. In addition, there are several species of wildlife living in the area that are endangered or protected by the U.S. government. Causing injury to these species may result in felony charges.

Texas Parks and Wildlife can be reached through 9-1-1 if you suspect illegal hunting is occurring, or through the non-emergency line at 281-842-8100.

Should you find an injured animal, there are several wildlife rehabilitators that may be able to assist through Friends of Texas Wildlife at 281-259-0039. Contacts are accessible through the link below.
Friends of Texas Wildlife

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1. What is The Woodlands Township's position on the proposed TexCom injection well project in Montgomery County?
2. What is The Woodlands Township's policy on hunting?
3. When does the Township have Board of Directors meetings?
4. How can I get a copy of the agenda for Board of Directors meetings?
5. When are new Board of Directors members elected? How can I get information about the election?
6. Does The Woodlands Township have the right to ban smoking from public facilities?

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