Keep Trophy Club Wild, Inc. (KTCW) seeks to protect and preserve approximately 600 acres of undisturbed area inside the Trophy Club Park (south from the main gate). Trophy Club Park (TCP) is a small part of what was approximately 11 million acres of the Cross Timbers ecological zone. The Town of Trophy Club has leased the park from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, and it is by their authority that we have the privilege to use it.
Our purpose and goal is for the "education, preservation, conservation, recreation and restoration" of the conservation area within Trophy Club Park (TCPCA).
We invite the public to participate in our organization and our vision.
Rare, Threatened &
Henslow's Sparrow — [Bird]
Western Burrowing Owl — [Bird]
Peregrine Falcon — [Bird]
Bald Eagle — [Bird]
Wood Stork — [Bird]
Whooping Crane — [Bird]
Red Wolf — [Mammal]
Plains Spotted Skunk — [Mammal]
Fawnsfoot — [Mollusk]
Little Spectaclecase — [Mollusk]
Glen Rose Yucca — [Plant]
Timber Rattlesnake — [Reptile]
Texas Horned Lizard — [Reptile]
Texas Garter Snake — [Reptile]
“Keep close to Nature’s heart … and break clear away,
once in awhile, and climb a mountain or spend a week
in the woods. Wash your spirit clean.” —John Muir
“A true conservationist is a man who knows
that the world is not given by his fathers,
but borrowed from his children.”
—John James Audubon
Learn more about the conservation area, its wilderness creatures, our watershed, our mission and our plans, how to become a volunteer or member, make a tax deductible donation, and keep up with the many fun and educational events our organization offers to the public.
Visit our affiliations page and find out about other great organizations that we collaborate with and share in like-minded events and visions for our environment.
Feel free to contact us with any questions
you may have.
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— COMMUNITY SUPPORT —
2016 Beck Elementary 3rd Grade Science Class
Project Base Learning Program
Students chose Eastern Cross Timbers Eco-Region as their study area, which they live in. What can they do to protect their Eco-Region?
Subjects included: Natural areas and resources, Habitat, Wildlife, Native plants, Climate and topography, Soil and water, and Effect of development.
Principal - Sandy Conklin
3rd Grade Science Teachers (shown from left)
Kelly Schemmel, Emily Stovall, Rebecca Hubbs
KTCW Volunteer - (shown at right) Veronica Ruangskul
Keep Trophy Club Wild, Inc.
PO Box 1104 • Trophy Club, Texas 76262
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