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Basic Shooting Positions- Texas Parks & Wildlife [Official]

This video demonstrates the basic shooting positions: standing, kneeling, sitting and prone. It also demonstrates the hasty sling technique to steady shots and discusses shooting aides like bipods and shooting sticks. For more information go to http://tpwd.texas.gov/education/hunter-education

Presentation: A Comparison of Lead and Steel Shot Loads for Harvesting Mourning Doves

Dr. Brian Pierce, Institute of Renewable Natural Resources, Texas A&M University, provides an overview of the study, including background, methodology, results, and management implications. Read the full study at http://tpwd.texas.gov/huntwild/wild/game_management/dove_summary/

Conservation: Monitoring Species for Change

To document species change, we need to know where things are before they change. Texas is a big state with a lot of species, and the community of naturalists and citizens can play a huge part in documenting wildlife. Related Press Release:https://tpwd.texas.gov/newsmedia/releases/?req=20141208a&nrtype=all&nrspan=2014&nrsearch= Texas Nature Trackers: This is a Passport to Texas video: http://passporttotexas.org

2014 Commemorative Texas State Park Ornaments - Texas Parks and Wildlife [Official]

Hand-crafted in the United States, these ornaments commemorate the diversity and beauty of Texas state parks, with different parks highlighted every year. Ornaments are $8.95 each or $19.95 for the set of three. During the month of December, purchase a Texas State Park Gift card valued at $75 or more and receive a FREE 2014 ornament. Tax and shipping fees do apply. Details at http://tpwd.texas.gov/spdest/ornament/

PBS Preview December 21-27, 2014 - Texas Parks and Wildlife [Official]

Preview for the December 21-17, 2014 Texas Parks & Wildlife PBS televisions show #2310. Find out where to watch: http://www.tpwd.texas.gov/tv

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