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March 25-31, 2018
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.
April 1-7, 2018
Hunting Dogs, Swift Foxes & South Llano Leisure
Witness the best of the best hunting dogs in action as they compete at the Master National retriever competition. The Swift Fox is seldom seen in Texas. Researchers are working to learn if time is running out for this Panhandle Plains animal. South Llano River State Park has the cure for what ails you. Tubing, biking, and birding are a few of the things you can enjoy at this Hill Country haven.
April 8–14, 2018
K-9 Wardens, the Trailer Camera & Grasslands Sunset
Searching for hidden game, missing people, or playing with a tennis ball, it's all in day's work for K-9 commissioned Texas Game Wardens. Camera technology has changed the way people take pictures, but one Texas artist likes to capture images the old way. Follow Ian Kasnoff as he documents some Texas state parks with his Trailer Camera. Enjoy sunset at the Rita Blanca National Grasslands.
The Texas Parks & Wildlife series on PBS is made possible in part by a grant from the Wildlife and Sport Fish Restoration Program of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.