The Alamo Retriever Club is a group of hunting retriever enthusiasts
serving the San Antonio and surrounding area. Its members are both
young and old, novice and pro, but all share the joy of retrievers. The club
hosts both AKC and UKC sponsored hunt tests and field trial events. So
whether your an old hat or new to the world of retrievers, Alamo is a great
place to be! Come join us at our next club meeting or event.
Alamo Retriever Club
San Antonio Texas


Our next club training day will begin at

:00 on Sunday, February 23rd
at the Seco Valley Ranch south of D'Hanis
Guests and prospective members are welcomed to join us and we
will focus on
HRC / AKC retriever hunt test scenarios.


Our next meeting will be on

Tuesday,  February 11th
at Grady's BBQ located at
6510 San Pedro in San Antonio
(corner of Jackson Keller)
Board Meeting at 6:30
General Meeting at 7:00
Presentation at 8:00

We will have a guest speaker from Texas Parks and Wildlife,  
Jessica Alderson, giving a presentaion on the Future of Wildlife
Conservation in the State of Texas.


Some dates for upcoming training days have already been
selected so you can plan these into your schedules:

February 23rd
March 22nd
April 12th


The Alamo Retriever Club will be hosting an
AKC Owner/Handler Qualifying stake on Friday May 2, 2014
and an
AKC Hunt Test on Saturday May 3rd and 4th.
The hunt test will be held at the Seco Valley Ranch South of
D'Hanis, and the premium will be posted on

February Guest Presentation

Jessica Alderson
Urban Biologist
Texas Parks and Wildlife

Wildlife Conservation Issues in Texas: What does the Future Hold?
Texas is blessed with a vast array of habitats and species. In fact, when one
compares all of the states, Texas is frequently in the top three.  However, complex
and daunting issues like emerging diseases, climate change, urbanization,
insufficient land use planning, emerging energy production industries, declining
conservation funding, etc. are putting intense pressures on our state’s wildlife
populations. But the conservation community has faced seemingly insurmountable
challenges and acted with conviction in the past. The conservation community rose
to the challenge in the 1930s and again in the 1970s. With dedication, we can rise
to the challenge again and secure a solid future for wildlife of our great state.

Bio: Jessica Alderson received her Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in wildlife and
fisheries sciences from Texas A&M University. In 2008, Jessica began working as an
Urban Biologist for Texas Parks and Wildlife in the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex. In
2012 she transferred to the Urban Office in San Antonio. As an Urban Biologist
Jessica performs professional planning, management, research and public outreach
associated with wildlife, habitat and natural resource management specific to the
San Antonio area.