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May 27–June 2, 2018
Fish Structure, Beach Restoration & Turkey Return
In northeast Texas, interested anglers are sinking structures and seeding plants to improve waters for fish and fishermen. Restoring lost coastal dunes is a big task, but several groups are working together to replenish these important habitats. Improved management of the Harris Ranch has helped return wild turkey to the region.
June 3-9, 2018
Pecos Pupfish, Fishing Educator & D-Day Remembered
The Pecos Pupfish is on the edge of extinction, but biologists are working to keep this tiny fish alive in west Texas. Fishing hall of famer Bobby Whiteside has devoted his life to education and research about our aquatic resources. Veterans of D-Day visit the Battleship TEXAS on the 50th anniversary of the historic event.
June 10–16, 2018
100 Mile Hike, 3 Mile Revival & Alamito Creek
Discover the Lone Star Hiking Trail with a young college student on her first ever long-distance hike. With selective cedar removal and a passion for native grasses, a family in the Hill Country has revived Three Mile Creek and the land that surrounds it. Alamito Creek stands out as a tiny oasis in the Trans-Pecos region of west Texas.
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.