Become a Member

Big Bend Conservancy thanks its 1,500 members, whose gifts keep us working toward our mission to preserve, protect and promote Big Bend National Park and the Rio Grande Wild and Scenic River.  The Conservancy provides private hikes and other fun events for its members, providing members with opportunities to interact with Park staff both in and out of the Park.  We invite you to join the Conservancy and help us help the Park. 

There are a number of membership levels:

Road Runner ($ 50) Give at this level and receive the "Big Bend Conservancy" newsletter and invitations to general membership events.

Javalina ($ 100) Give at this level and receive an optional joint membership in the Big Bend Natural History Association*, also receive "Big Bend Conservancy" newsletter, invitations to general member events.

Peregrine Falcon ($ 250) All Javalina level benefits plus a BBC tee shirt OR hat

Black Bear ($ 500) All Peregrine Falcon level benefits plus Annual Superintendent's Report and invitations to private events with Park staff in your metro area

Mountain Lion ($ 1,000 and above) All Black Bear level benefits plus an opportunity to have a private tour with Park staff when you travel to the Park.

Join us in our mission and become a member by clicking here.


Members volunteer at National Public Lands Day

Already a member and have questions about your membership?  Call our Membership Coordinator Arlene at 432-207-2202.


Member hike to the top of the Mesa with Chief of Interpretation and Visitor Services David Elkowitz.

Support Us

 

Memorials & Honoraria

Memorials & Honoraria

Remember your loved ones with a gift in their memory or honor. These gifts support our mission for both Park units.

Planned Giving

Planned Giving

Provide a legacy for future generations and improve a place of distinction through planned giving.

Membership

Membership

Starting at $50/year, memberships help the Conservancy with funds to support our mission.

License Plates

License Plates

Over $600,000 has been provided to the Park by license plate holders.