Wildlife Habitat Federation

Helping Texas Landowners Restore Native Habitat For Wildlife 

Wildlife Habitat Federation (WHF) is a Texas non-profit conservation organization dedicated to the restoration and management of crucial upland game habitat vitally needed to sustain healthy populations of quail and other upland wildlife species.

WHF provides information, specialized equipment and on-the-ground physical assistance to landowners and lessees committed to re-establishing native grasses and forbs.
NRCS Video:
"Southeast Texas Wildlife Corridors Conservation Tour"
Check out the Article in the Houston Chronicle February 23, 2017
Education
Native Seed Harvesting
Native Prairie Restorations
  • Workshops and Field Days
  • Presentations for organizations
  • Site visits with individual landowners
  • Technical expertise
  • Wildlife/habitat restoration personnel
  • Site appraisals
  • Specialized equipment
  • Partial or turn-key habitat restoration
  • Search for local native seed tracts 
  • Specialized harvesting equipment
Why do we focus on quail?
Quail population is the common denominator of wildlife health.


If quail habitat is good, it will also be good habitat for promoting the health of the soil, air, water and other wildlife species.
Bobwhite quail