About

The Friends of Albert & Bessie Kronkosky State Natural Area (Friends of ABKSNA)  is a non-profit organization of supporters assisting in the development of this new state natural area, in both Bandera and Kendall Counties of Texas, for future public enjoyment.  The ABKSNA is 3,757 acres containing scenic vistas, beautiful Hill Country creeks and ponds and a rich and diverse ecological system.  As part of the Texas Parks and Wildlife system, the developmental activities of ABKSNA for future public use is dependent on volunteer assistance and supporters.  Development activities include surveys of the land, plants, animals, creeks, ponds and streams, geology, archeology, and other natural and historic resources.

Our Mission:  To promote, assist and support the development of the Albert & Bessie Kronkosky State Natural Area prior to opening to the public through research, conservation, and preservation of all natural and historic resources.

White-flowered milkweed.
White-flowered milkweed
First female Golden-cheeked warbler of 2015
Golden-cheeked Warbler