Texas Parks and Wildlife Foundation is encouraging Texans to get involved in conserving the wild things and wild places of our state. We Will Not Be Tamed calls you to appreciate the wildness of Texas, the vastness of our Texas spirit and why we should be inspired to conserve it. Learn how to conserve Texas' wild things and places.
For the past 20 + years, Big Time Texas Hunts has offered you a chance to win premium hunting opportunities that support wildlife conservation and habitat management. This year, we are proud to offer 10 premium hunting packages on some of the best private ranches and TPWD Wildlife Management Areas across Texas! Enter now for only $9 online or $10 at your local license retailer.
New ways to plan your state park visits are coming in early 2019. You'll have access to new online and mobile-friendly features to be able to:
- Pick Your Site – Reserve specific campsites or overnight facilities in advance
- Reserve Day Use – Buy a “Save The Day” Pass in advance, ensuring your entry to any park
- Buy Your Parks Pass – Buy or renew your Texas State Parks Pass online
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East Texas Turkeys, Old Tunnel Bats & Returning Bass
Successful efforts to restore the Eastern Wild Turkey to Texas have led to more turkeys and increased hunting opportunity. Once home to travelling trains, Old Tunnel State Park is now a seasonal home for millions of bats. See how biologists came up with a plan to return the native Guadalupe Bass to the South Llano River.
When it's 100 degrees on a Texas summer afternoon, there's no better time to visit a cave, where the temperature sits at little more than 70 degrees all year long. This month, Texas Parks & Wildlife magazine highlights 5 Texas caves that you can go underground and explore!