Ocean Office, Hill Country Haven & a Conservation Career
A few hours scuba diving in the ocean is just another day at the office for a couple of marine biologists. Brent Ortego has spent a lifetime focused on conservation. Meet a cancer research who spends his free time exploring caves and conservation at his Hill Country ranch.
Pocket Prairies, Catching Carp & a Conservation Consultant
Follow along as some Houston area school kids discover the value of native prairies. Once maligned, carp have emerged as a much sought after sport fish, especially among European visitors. Wildlife Biologist Steve Nelle helps landowners answer conservation questions.
Pronghorn Puzzle, Changing Habitats & Blanco Cleanup
Travel to the Trans Pecos to find out what's causing declines in Pronghorn Antelope populations. See how a change in habitat philosophy improved the Pecore Farm. When flood waters hit Blanco State Park, the park's staff took care of the visiting campers, and the cleanup.
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.