Meet wildlife artist Clemente Guzman and find out where his inspiration comes from. Find out what rafting the Rio Grande is all about. A large group of barn swallows make their home at a small Balmorhea motel.
Birds of Smell, Helicopter Training & Remembering D-Day
Travel to a birding hotspot that might be considered a marginal nature haven. Get in the water with some Texas game wardens as they learn how to get out of a sinking helicopter. Remember D-Day with some veterans who served on the Battleship Texas.
Gator Hunt, Neches Refuge & the Eco-tainer
Travel to southeast Texas to hunt alligators at the J.D. Murphree Wildlife Management Area. The Neches Refuge in East Texas is a haven for a lot of wildlife species. Spend some time with a singer who takes an environmental message to city schools.
El Paso Trails, Saving Some Bison & Shifting Sands
Meet the El Paso trail builder who is still working away at age seventy-nine. Almost twenty years ago the last of the Southern Plains Bison herd was moved from the J.A. Ranch to Caprock Canyons State Park. See the shifting sands of Monahans.
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The Texas Parks & Wildlife series on PBS is made possible in part by a grant from the Wildlife and Sport Fish Restoration Program of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. Additional funding is provided by Texas Parks and Wildlife Foundation.