Praries & Lakes
M.O. Neasloney Wildlife Management Area
M.O. Neasloney Wildlife Management Area Information:
This 100 acre WMA was donated to the TPWD by Mr. Neasloney with the stipulation that it be developed as a wildlife education center; it is also Mr. Neasloney’s burial place. The WMA is used primarily for wildlife ecology field tours for public school groups. Outdoor recreational opportunities include wildlife viewing and hiking. Amenities include a one mile undeveloped nature trail with markers identifying on-going wildlife projects. There is no potable water or restrooms. The wildlife management projects demonstrate the different types of native habitats that can be used by landowners. The Area has a small pond which provides water for local animals and birds. The combination of protective natural habitat and water creates a desirable environment for wildlife viewing. (830) 424-3407.
Caldwell County Birding:
Texas Bird Checklist with Photos
Caldwell County Bird Checklist with Photos
M.O. Neasloney Wildlife Management Area Directions:
The M.O. Neasloney WMA is located approximately 65 miles east of San Antonio near Luling, Texas. Take IH-10 to the intersection of IH-10 and SH 80 then go south on SH 80 for approximately 8 miles. The entrance to the WMA road is on the right. The office/classroom is located one mile from the entrance.