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Your Adventure Begins Here


Looking for inspiration? Here's where Texas State Parks can take you. Find your next adventure at http://www.TexasStateParks.org Produced by Ultralite Films Parks featured (in order): 0:01 - Monahans Sandhills State Park 0:08 - Monahans Sandhills State Park 0:12 - Monahans Sandhills State Park 0:16 - Monahans Sandhills State Park 0:19 - Monahans Sandhills State Park 0:22 - Pedernales Falls State Park 0:27 - Pedernales Falls State Park 0:29 - Pedernales Falls State Park 0:31 - Pedernales Falls State Park 0:34 - Pedernales Falls State Park 0:40 - Pedernales Falls State Park 0:42 - Pedernales Falls State Park 0:44 - Pedernales Falls State Park 0:46 - Guadalupe River State Park 0:48 - Davis Mountains State Park 0:52 - Enchanted Rock State Natural Area 0:56 - Caprock Canyons State Park and Trailway 1:00 - Big Bend Ranch State Park 1:02 - Big Bend Ranch State Park 1:04 - Enchanted Rock State Natural Area 1:06 - Enchanted Rock State Natural Area 1:08 - Caprock Canyons State Park and Trailway 1:11 - Monahans Sandhills State Park 1:12 - Davis Mountains State Park 1:14 - Monahans Sandhills State Park 1:16 - Caprock Canyons State Park and Trailway 1:17 - Big Bend Ranch State Park 1:18 - Enchanted Rock State Natural Area 1:19 - Big Bend Ranch State Park 1:20 - Matagorda Island State Natural Area 1:21 - Big Bend Ranch State Park 1:22 - Guadalupe River State Park 1:23 - Matagorda Island State Natural Area 1:24 - Cedar Hill State Park 1:25 - Cedar Hill State Park 1:26 - Colorado Bend State Park 1:27 - Colorado Bend State Park 1:28 - Big Bend Ranch State Park 1:32 - Colorado Bend State Park 1:36 - Caprock Canyons State Park and Trailway 1:40 - Enchanted Rock State Natural Area 1:44 - Colorado Bend State Park 1:48 - Caprock Canyons State Park and Trailway 1:52 - Enchanted Rock State Natural Area 1:55 - Enchanted Rock State Natural Area 1:56 - Balmorhea State Park 1:59 - Balmorhea State Park 2:02 - Balmorhea State Park 2:05 - Enchanted Rock State Natural Area 2:07 - Big Bend Ranch State Park 2:08 - Big Bend Ranch State Park 2:10 - Big Bend Ranch State Park 2:11 - Cleburne State Park 2:14 - Colorado Bend State Park 2:15 - Cedar Hill State Park 2:16 - Cedar Hill State Park 2:17 - Cleburne State Park 2:18 - Caddo Lake State Park 2:21 - Caddo Lake State Park 2:23 - Caddo Lake State Park 2:24 - Cleburne State Park 2:25 - Cleburne State Park 2:26 - Cleburne State Park 2:31 - Enchanted Rock State Natural Area 2:36 - Colorado Bend State Park

Weird, Wacky, & Wild


Why do porcupines have quills? Why do skunks stink? Get some weird, wacky and wild facts about Texas wildlife in this fun animated video. Learn more about the animals of Texas at http://www.tpwd.texas.gov

Wildlife Surveys Support Species Management


Wildlife biologists use data from field surveys to manage the state’s game and non-game wildlife populations. They use the data to determine trends. Since the majority of the state is in private hands, landowners are encouraged and taught to conduct wildlife surveys on their property. This is a Passport to Texas video: passporttotexas.org More Passport videos: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1dIjS_48o8s&list=PLB236A4485ABB4A62

How to Plan Your Park Getaway - Download the Free Mobile App


Download the free mobile guide to 95 Texas State Parks. Find a park near you, download trail maps and see photos and videos of each park. Available for iOS and Android from http://www.TexasStateParks.org/app

Texas Freshwater Fisheries Center 20th Anniversary - Texas Parks and Wildlife [Official]


Twenty years ago, Texas Parks and Wildlife opened an $18 million dollar facility dedicated to freshwater fishing that didn't cost them a dime. The Texas Freshwater Fisheries Center in Athens, Texas is a world class visitor and education center as well as a fish hatchery producing millions of fish to stock Texas lakes each year. The center was paid for through private funding and corporate sponsors along with federal funding brought together by the Texas Parks and Wildlife Foundation.


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