Texas Dove Hunters Association

Texas Dove Hunters Association has been a true hunter’s organization since it began in 2012

TDHA is a membership organization promoting strong family unity through hunting and the outdoors.

Whether you hunt upland birds, ducks, crane, deer, pigs, exotics, or any other wildlife, September 1 is the day we all collectively await. The opening day of dove season doubles as the opening day of hunting season here in Texas, and the first chance to take the hunt to wild game.

The Texas Dove Hunters Association is a membership organization promoting strong family unity through hunting and the outdoors. Committed to research, education, and habitat conservation, the organization has developed an extensive field study on the Eurasian collared dove, an invasive species in Texas.

Membership with TDHA is offered at many levels, each brimming with value for hunting enthusiasts. Whether you are a Standard member, a White Wing member, or a Life Member—aside from the decals, magazines, hats, or gear—you will be well-informed of things happening in the industry through educational articles and relative product promotions in a monthly eNewsletter known as, “The Coo.” Our bi-annual print publication, Texas Dove Hunters Magazine, will come directly to your mailbox, full of interesting articles, fantastic photos, and industry advertisements all pertinent to hunters. It is one of the best, most informative, and most anticipated magazines you will read. Each issue also includes an article on ladies in the field, amazing new dove recipes, new gear in the TDHA store, photos from the field, and so much more.

Now in its sixth year, TDHA’s most anticipated event is the Texas Banded Bird Challenge, a promotional program built around the research of the Eurasian collared dove. Contest participants have an opportunity to win a variety of prizes not limited to a new truck, a Polaris Ranger, exotic game hunts, and much more.

If you’re a hunter, you should be a member of the Texas Dove Hunters Association. JOIN TODAY at TexasDoveHunters.com.