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“Texas Parks & Wildlife” is a weekly half-hour television series seen on PBS affiliates around the state. Airing May 15-22, biologists in Texas and Nebraska are using radio telemetry to track and study pintail ducks. Dave Morrison, the Waterfowl Program Leader for TPWD is spearheading the research project here in Texas; park ranger John Tatum gives us a tour of the Spanish mission at Mission Tejas State Park; birds and their beaks are this weeks ‘Wild Things’ topic with host Ann Miller; wildlife biologist Rick Taylor of Uvalde says the black bear is slowly returning to its native West Texas range; and finally, watch as the Golden Silk spider spins its web.
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