Wilson Stout

Wilson Seay Stout was born in Dallas, TX making him the 6th generation Texan in his family. He attended Highland Park Schools and then began working in his current industry in the Nursery/Landscape business. He obtained his Texas Certified Nursery License and then went on to get his Master Certified Nursery License from Texas A&M University. In 1994 he began Dynamic Color Landscapes, which along with his daughter he still owns and operates. 


Wilson has been married to his high school sweetheart, Susan for over 40 years. They have one daughter Ashley, a son-in-law Evan Peterson and grandson Porter. 


Wilson began hunting as a young boy with his father in west Texas for whitetail deer, dove and quail. Since age 6, his love for the outdoors has grown along with his passion for hunting and conservation. His first big game hunt was to Alaska for Dall sheep. After succeeding with a 40″ ram, he never looked back and the pursuit was on. Wilson has since collected 27 mountain sheep of the world with 20 different species. He has 25 North American species and all the huntable game birds. After hunting in Africa, Asia, Europe, South America, North America, and Australia he has collected 245 species over the world. 

Wilson is a life member of the Dallas Safari Club and has served as Vice President, Director, and Treasurer. He is a recipient of the Outstanding Hunter Achievement Award and now serves on the award committee, after serving as its Chairman for two years. Wilson and Susan are firm believers in giving back to the hunting community. They funded the first seed money to the Dallas Ecological Foundation to begin the Youth Program, now called The Outdoors Tomorrow Foundation. They fund the Colin Caruthers Young Hunter Award in Dallas each year and Wilson is former head of the award committee. They have given to help build schools in Africa, bought school supplies, funded food banks, funded women owned businesses, given to help dig water wells, helped with a rhino project, several sheep projects and many other programs. They also contribute to The Texas Game Wardens Association every year.  


Wilson is a Texas Hunt Master and is very involved in teaching our youth about hunting and conservation. He and Susan have hosted many young children on their ranch in west Texas. Wilson has mentored many youth on their first hunts and given them an opportunity to enjoy the outdoors, some for the first time. He feels it’s an honor to teach these kids about the outdoors, hunting, fishing, shooting and conservation through utilization and sustainable use management. Wilson considers this one of his most important jobs. 


Wilson is a member or officer in the following organizations: Weatherby Board Member, The Boone & Crockett 100, Safari Club International, The Houston Safari Club, Ovis Grand Slam, Wild Sheep Foundation, Ducks Unlimited, The National Rifle Association, Texas Bighorn Society, Texas Wildlife Association, Texas Game Warden Association, Park Cities Quail Coalition, Quail Coalition, Wild Turkey Foundation, Delta Waterfowl, Life Member of The Dallas Safari Club, International Council for Game and Wildlife Conservation, Outdoors Tomorrow Foundation Life Member, Outdoors Tomorrow Foundation Trustee Emeritus and others.