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September 24-30, 2017
Horned Lizards, Young Guns & Outdoor Ethics
Learn what may be causing declines of the Texas horned lizard, and what's being done about it. Join a group of enthusiastic first time hunters, and their parents, on a cold, wet duck hunt. Discover some ideas for leaving the environment better than you found it.
October 1-7, 2017
Park Hiker, Paddling Port O'Connor & Finding Flounder
Follow a walker of Texas ranges as he visits the state parks one step at a time. Slide through silent saltwater marshes as you paddle the coastal trail at Port O'Connor. One of the top three sport fish in Texas, more and more fishermen now set their sights on the southern flounder.
October 8-14, 2017
Eroding Island, Fire Crew & Jamaica Beach
See what's being done to save one of the most important rookery islands on the Texas coast from eroding away. Meet the crew on a prescribed fire and learn about all the different skills necessary for a successful burn. Enjoy the end of the day at Jamaica Beach near Galveston.
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.