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.
Meet a couple of guys who live to catch crappie, and want to help you learn all about these fantastic fish. Now that you've got some crappie in the boat,
it's time to make 'em into a tasty meal, frying style. The Bald Eagle is no longer on the endangered species list. Visit a couple of eagle nests and see how these magnificent
birds are overcoming new challenges.
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!
The new hunting and fishing comes with new season dates, rules and regulations. Be sure you're in the know when you're afield or afloat. Pick up a copy of the new Outdoor Annual
when you buy your license, or download the free app now. You can also find regulation information at
OutdoorAnnual.com. This year, the Outdoor Annual also includes boating regulations!
Our experts bring you the Texas Hunting Guide, packed with info on the state's most popular game birds and animals, including hunting tips,
identification guidance and information on their habits and habitats. Get this special guide free, exclusively in the
Texas Parks & Wildlife magazine mobile app.
Invasive species like giant salvinia and zebra mussels can ruin fishing, boating and swimming for everyone. You can't always tell if a lake is infested with invasive species,
and even a small piece left on your boat or gear can infest another lake. That's why it's so important to always clean drain and dry your boat, trailer and gear before
traveling from lake to lake. It's up to you to protect the lakes you love.
Now find your perfect state park escape using the Texas State Parks Official Guide for Apple and Android devices. The free app locates campgrounds, cabins,
trails and places to hike, bike, swim, fish or kayak. And it'll give you all the details on 95 state parks in Texas.
Learn more about the app
TPWD's New Prosecutor of the Year Award Reflects Critical Role To Protect Woods, Waters, Wildlife
A brand-new award aims to formally recognize a courtroom champion each year for exemplary efforts in prosecuting fish, wildlife, water safety, natural and cultural resource or other
environmental crimes in Texas. Nominees may include any prosecutor at the county, district, state or federal level whose action occurred during the previous two calendar years.
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