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David K. Langford Hillingdon Ranch Tackroom
Hillingdon Ranch Tackroom, 2013
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Great Horned Owl, 2015
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autumn turns to winter, 2013
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David K. Langford

David K. Langford

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DAVID K. LANGFORD
 
Langford has served in the leadership of the Texas Wildlife Association since 1985. He was TWA's Executive Vice President from 1990 until his partial retirement in 2002. Langford now occasionally serves TWA as Vice President Emeritus by working on water issues and other special educational and legislative projects.
 
Langford is an award-winning photographer of western, cowboy, wildlife, landscape, and nature images, and is published worldwide. Langford’s current book, Fog At Hillingdon, features his lifelong fascination with the magic and mystery of how fog’s aura affects the landscape. The Introduction is authored by world renown author Rick Bass, and the Foreword is by equally acclaimed conservationist, Dr. Andrew Sansom. Langford’s wife of 49 years, Myrna, curated the quotes for the book. This is the sixth book in the Kathie and Ed Cox Jr. Books on Conservation Leadership, published by Texas A&M University Press, 2015, sponsored by The Meadows Center for Water and the Environment, Texas State University.
 
Langford’s previous book, co-authored with Lorie Woodward Cantu, features his family’s seven-generation ranch. The book, Hillingdon Ranch: Four Seasons, Six Generations, was released in 2013. This book was also published by Texas A&M University Press, and was included in the Conservation Leadership Series, sponsored by The Meadows Center for Water and the Environment, Texas State University. He Myrna live on their part of Hillingdon Ranch, near Comfort. They have two children, and their families, including four grandchildren.
 
In recognition of his photography and natural resource advocacy accomplishments, Langford has been honored by having the Images for Conservation Fund's second book dedicated to him - and an exceptional honor since ICF's first book was dedicated to Lady Bird Johnson. More praise for Hillingdon Ranch: Four Seasons, Six Generations comes from its endorsements by Nolan Ryan, Laura Bush, and George Strait.
 
Langford and other members of his family were chosen by the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department to receive the 2014 Lone Star Land Steward Award.
 
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