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PBS Preview February 22-28, 2015 - Texas Parks and Wildlife [Official]

Preview for the February 22-18, 2015 Texas Parks & Wildlife PBS television show #2319. Find out Where to Watch at http:www.tpwd.texas.gov/tv

PBS Preview March 15-21, 2015 - Texas Parks and Wildlife [Official]

Preview for the March 15-21, 2015 Texas Parks & Wildlife PBS television show, #2322. Find out Where to Watch at http://www.tpwd.texas.gov/tv

PBS Show March 22-28, 2015, #2323 - Texas Parks and Wildlife [Official]

Texas Parks & Wildlife PBS Show #2323 March 22-28, 2015 -A Migrating Muse Texas is the winter home to the largest concentration of Sand hill Cranes in the world. Some spend the winter months in the Panhandle and High Plains while others head for the Texas coast. We’ll visit some of the best spots to see Sandhill Cranes up close to learn more about these migrating wonders. -Outdoor Info: Hunting Sandhill Cranes In some states Sandhill Cranes are known as ‘steaks in the sky’. Yes, you can hunt these big birds, but there are some things you need to be aware of before you shoot. -Fort Boggy State Park Visit a park on the edge of East Texas where families find water, woods, and wildlife. -Inner City Sanctuary For kids growing up in one of the largest cities in the country, learning about nature can take some doing. See how some Houston residents are making sure kids don’t miss out on the outdoors. -Postcard from Texas Relax. The water of the Devil’s River moves slowly. Find out Where to Watch at http://www.tpwd.texas.gov/tv

PBS Show March 29-April 4, 2015, #2324 - Texas Parks and Wildlife [Official]

Texas Parks & Wildlife PBS Show #2324 March 29-April 4, 2015 Buffalo Soldiers: Finding the Connection When an aspiring nature photographer joins a group of Buffalo Soldier re-enactors, he discovers history's ultimate outdoorsmen. Watchdogs for Wildlife When there’s an oil spill along the coast or down a small county creek the fish and wildlife that live there are often hit the hardest. When it’s time to investigate meet the team of biologists who are called in to action. Good Guzzlers Once upon a time, in a Wildlife Management Area far, far away, a group of dedicated conservationists put their skills to work, building special rainwater catchment systems, aka “guzzlers.” These magical guzzlers were designed to provide water for bighorn sheep, and any other animal looking for a drink in the desert.  Postcard From Texas Take in the sunrise paddle along the Trinity River from a different perspective. Find out Where to Watch at http://www.tpwd.texas.gov/tv

PBS Show April 5-11, 2015, #2325 - Texas Parks and Wildlife [Official]

Texas Parks & Wildlife PBS Show #2325 April 5-11, 2015 Collegiate Climbers People have been climbing rocks since rocks were invented, but college climbing teams are a new thing. Meets some of the students on the national champion University of Texas club climbing team, and see what it takes to excel at this demanding sport. Chihuahuan Desert Bike Fest This West Texas mountain bike festival draws folks from around the world to the trails around Lajitas and Big Bend Ranch State Park. The annual event is a great time for anyone who would like to go fixin’ or freewheelin’ around the old frontier. Shorebird Survival Texas shorebirds are in trouble. From the endangered piping plover to the threatened snowy plover, shorebirds in Texas continue to lose habitat as beach development booms. Follow along with some biologists as they work to save these struggling shorebirds. Postcard From Texas Get a bird’s eye view of Mason Mountain. Find out Where to Watch at http://www.tpwd.texas.gov/tv

PBS Show April 12-18, 2015, #2326 - Texas Parks and Wildlife [Official]

Texas Parks & Wildlife PBS Show #2326 April 12-18, 2015 The Dove Hunter You don’t have to grow up in a family of hunters to enjoy hunting. Meet an Austin man who took up hunting and fishing as an adult, and is determined to pass along these traditions to his sons. Wild Game Cooking: Buffalo Dove Breasts It’s time for some wild game cooking with Chef Jeff Martinez. Jeff introduces us to a new twist on an old favorite, a dove recipe buffalo style. Big Bend Plants The west Texas desert may look harsh but its unique plants are like nature’s grocery store for the wildlife and humans who call the desert home. At first glance scrubby, thorny and spindly, Big Bend plants take on new beauty when you learn how to read them. The Spirit Rises Palo Duro Canyon State Park is a park of immense beauty, but it also was the site of a historic battle. While the general facts about the 1874 Battle of Palo Duro Canyon are known, specific details are not. That is until now. Archeologists working hand in hand with Indian tribe elders are putting the pieces together. See what it takes to unearth artifacts from a battle that took place over a hundred years ago, and learn more about Palo Duro Canyon State Park and the historic battle that took place there. Postcard From Texas Get up eye to eye with some Texas gators. Find out where to watch at http://www.tpwd.texas.gov

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