Texas Game Wardens Past & Present
Meet some Game Wardens of the past as we discover an old film that showcases the agency's history. Kathleen Stuman and Shawn Hervey have both been Texas Game Wardens for 20 years. See how they are involved in helping folks in their communities. Searching for hidden game, weapons, missing people, or playing with a tennis ball, it's all in day's work for canine commissioned Texas Game Wardens.
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December 6-12, 2020
Texas Paddling Trails
There are new paddling trails popping up all over Texas. Grab a canoe or a kayak and come along as we check out some of the state's best river trips. Discover paddling trails in San Antonio, Dallas, the Hill Country, Caddo Lake, Port O'Connor and Goliad. Texas by water is a relaxing way to go.
December 13-19, 2020
Explore Texas State Parks & Historic Sites
Texas state parks are becoming more popular than ever. Here's a sampler of places where you can get away from it all. Start at South Llano River State Park where tubing the river or biking the trails go hand in hand. At Fort Richardson State Park & Historic Site you can relive the early days of frontier Texas. Relax beneath the tall pines at Huntsville State Park and end the day by the campfire.
December 20-26, 2020
Wildlife in the Lone Star State
Texas is home to a lot of unusual and interesting wildlife. At Houston's Cockrell Butterfly Center, watch as crawling caterpillars turn into beautiful butterflies. Discover the real story behind Old RIP, Texas' most famous toad. To find out how Green Jays are adapting to the changing environment of the Rio Grande Valley, biologists are trapping, tagging and tracking these colorful birds.