The New Texas Conservation License Plate Winner Is…

Texas State Conservation License Plate Winners
Texas State Conservation License Plate Winners
Texas Parks and Wildlife Department
Texas Parks and Wildlife Department

Austin, TX -( It’s a tie! The winning designs for the new license plates are the Hummingbird and the Rattlesnake!

Many of you helped select the design for the newest Texas Parks and Wildlife specialty license plates by casting your vote in our online survey. Almost from the beginning, it was a tight race — so tight that we could not determine the clear favorite among the thousands who voted.

In the end, only 51 votes separated the Hummingbird and the Rattlesnake, so we decided to release both! Both plates will be available this spring for your car, truck, motorcycle, trailer and RV. When you purchase a Conservation License Plate for $30/year*, $22 goes to fund a vast array of projects that help protect native species such as the state’s official reptile, the Horned Lizard.

For specific examples of how the money has been or is being used visit Where the Money Goes. To be notified when the new plates go on sale, click here.

Thank you for your support of Texas Wildlife!

*Does not include regular registration fees

About Texas Parks and Wildlife Department (TPWD)

The Mission of Texas Parks and Wildlife Department (TPWD) is to manage and conserve the natural and cultural resources of Texas and to provide hunting, fishing and outdoor recreation opportunities for the use and enjoyment of present and future generations.

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Mrs Micheal Ferguson

Does Texas have a plate with the “Texas Longhorn” or a “Quarter Horse”? Texas is the home of the AQHA and Longhorns are from Texas. Sure would like one of these plates