Airing Soon on PBS StationsWhere to Watch
August 27-September 2, 2017
Bobcat City, Ranch Reboot & Coastal Birds
Follow a study that sheds new light on how bobcats live in the suburbs and edges of cities. The Harkins Ranch has been transformed into an oasis for wildlife. Get up close to some of the birds that thrive on the Texas coast.
September 3-9, 2017
Say Cheese, Blue Suckers & Nature Photos
See some of the wildlife that is attracted to man-made watering holes in the Trans Pecos. Follow some biologists as the search for the rare blue sucker fish in the Colorado River near Austin. Experience man in nature through the eyes of Texas Parks and Wildlife photographers.
September 10-16, 2017
Prairie Chickens, Gargantuan Gar & Lionfish
Follow along as biologists struggle to save one of the most endangered birds in all of Texas. As more anglers view the alligator gar as a sport fish, more research is required to sustain this mysterious species. The invasive Lionfish is threatening the balance of the Gulf of Mexico.
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.