Wildlife biologists are relocating mule deer in an effort to boost populations. Meet the social media coordinator whose job it is to connect you with nature. Take your meditation outdoors with a yoga class at McKinney Falls State Park.
Butterfly Beauty, Enchanted Rock & the Inspiring Ecologist
Butterflies bring beauty to the world. But butterflies are at risk. What are we doing to reverse this troubling trend? View Enchanted Rock through the use of time lapse photography. The late Geraldine Watson spent her life protecting and restoring the Big Thicket area of southeast Texas.
Feral Hogs, History Keeper & Going to Garner
Wildlife biologists are looking for new and effective ways to control Texas' exploding feral hog population. Dr. Cynthia Brandimarte makes sure that the history of state parks is easily accessible. The Fuentes family of Corpus Christi have been going to Garner State Park every Fourth of July for over 20 years.
Cave Crawlers, Outdoor Clubbing & a Frog Pond
Crawl inside the caves at Colorado Bend State Park with some dedicated spelunkers. Outdoor clubs are a great way to discover nature, and make new friends. Visit a manmade pond that gets taken over every spring by frogs.
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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.