About The SnK Wildlife Reserve

The SnK is 408 Acres that has been family owned ranch land since 1936, but as of 2011, The SnK has become a wildlife reserve. Although closed to open hunting, The SnK does welcome wildlife watchers upon private authorization.

The SnK is located at the junction of the Black Land Prairie, Post Oak Savanna and Coastal Prairie ecosystems, in DeWitt County, Texas. The land was overgrazed for years and now is dedicated to wildlife and land conservation. Horses and prescribed burning, not cattle, will be used as a range management tool from here on.

Our mission at the SnK Reserve is to manage the land for its betterment and to provide a quality environment to enhance the proliferation and substantiation of indigenous plants and wildlife, all the while providing for the enjoyment of others who share similar interests.

3 thoughts on “About The SnK Wildlife Reserve

  1. Congratulations on you successful prescribed burn. I suspect Greg Pleasant mentioned it to you, but to continue this practice in the future means that you may want to investigate either forming or joining a Prescribed Burn Association. Our association (South Central Texas) may not be right for you, but check out the others at the Prescribed Burn Alliance of Texas website at http://www.pbatexas.org.
    Let me know if I can help you.
    Dave Redden

    1. Thank you, Sir.

      Glad you found our website and reached out to us.

      Greg did share about hooking up with a Prescribed Burn Association and my wife, Selena, and I talked about doing so and learning more.

      We’ll be looking into SCTPBA for sure.

      Keith, the K at The SnK.

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