Airing Soon on PBS StationsWhere to Watch
August 26–September 1, 2018
Hunting as a Refuge, Recreation Outreach & Night Skies
Meet a woman who finds refuge from Autism by spending time in the woods. Kim Sorensen works tirelessly to promote outdoor recreation, state park use and environmental literacy to traditionally underserved groups in the Houston area. And she does it all with a really big smile. Meet an astronomer working to protect the dark skies of West Texas by shedding light on light pollution.
September 2–8, 2018
College Climbers, Sinking Trees & the Turkey Dude
Meets some of the students on the national champion University of Texas club climbing team, and see what it takes to excel at this demanding sport. See how recycling Christmas trees for underwater habitat for fish makes for improved angling opportunities. Meet the man who is the driving force behind successful turkey restoration efforts in East Texas.
September 9–15, 2018
Goliad Experience, El Paso Owls & the Marine Identifier
Goliad State Park & Historic Site is known for its rich cultural history. What is lesser known is the park's vast recreational opportunities. Get a bird's-eye view of some owls that make their home in El Paso's underground. Meet a woman who has created a massive database of marine animals. It's all about genus, species and perseverance.
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.