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Outdoors Detectives: Texas Game Wardens PDF Print E-mail
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Sunday, 16 February 2014 17:06

Outdoors Detectives: Texas Game Wardens


game wardens in camo, in desertGame Warden Daniel Roraback has been named the 2013 Texas Wildlife Conservation Officer of the Year by the National Wild Turkey Federation. A 2009 Graduate of the Texas Game Warden Training Center, Roraback is currently stationed in Red River County in northeast Texas. In addition to his regular duties, he organizes youth hunting events and teams with Oklahoma wardens to enforce regulations on the Red River, while maintaining a high conviction rate for violators. He has joined department’s highly specialized SCOUT team and serves as a Glock armorer and a role player for simunitions training.

Texas Game Wardens have become even more adept at special operations and collaboration with local law enforcement. Read “Ready to Rescue” as told in the latest Texas Parks & Wildlife magazine.

Check out case stories like ‘Tag, You’re  It’ and ‘South Texas Peyote Bust’ about law enforcement with a conservation approach in the latest Game Warden Field Notes to stay in touch with the activities of our dedicated wardens. For up-to-the-minute news on law enforcement off the pavement, follow Texas Game Wardens on Facebook or Twitter.

Share the link to the Texas Game Warden web page with someone who might want to be a Game Warden.

Last Updated on Sunday, 16 February 2014 17:35