Wildlife Challenge

Date: May 5, 2018

Location: Lone Star College – Montgomery Campus
3200 College Park Drive
Conroe, TX 77384-4500

Campus Maps

Entry/Registration Deadline: April 4, 2018

Entry Fee: $15.00

Wildlife species include mammals, birds, fish, amphibians, reptiles, insects and more. All wildlife depends on native plants to complete their habitat requirements. In today’s natural world, most wildlife habitat requires management due to the changes occurring steadily since our country began. Developing an appreciation and understanding of our natural world at an early age increases the likelihood that wildlife habitat will continue to be managed properly to support an abundance of wildlife species throughout the country. This is the ultimate wildlife challenge.

Schedule: Tentative
Contest begins at 10:00 am
(We realize that there are conflicts with other events, but we will work around those conflicts.

Contestant List

2018 D9 4-H Wildlife Challenge Description and Information

Tree Species for Wildlife Challenge

Insect Study List

District 9 4-H Wildlife Challenge Committee:
Reggie Lepley, Co-Chair, Walker County
Stacie Villarreal, Co-Chair, Waller County
Tyler Fitzgerald, Chambers County
Courtney White, Galveston County
Haylee Wolfford, Hardin County
Trevor Dickschat, Lee County
Chadd Caperton, Madison County
Brandon Gregson, San Jacinto County
Kristy Titzman, Walker County


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