Becoming a Warden, Bee Searcher, Franklins Flying
Zach Stevenson's mom didn't know the first thing about hunting, until she enrolled her son in a youth hunt. Zach's hunting experiences would lead to a career as a Texas game warden. A North Texas researcher investigates the health of our most productive native pollinators, and how we might simply help them bee. Atlanta State Park is known for its rolling hills, towering pines, and lakeside life.
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September 26-October 2, 2021
Lake Mineral Wells Trailway, Field to Fork, Razing Cane
Where trains once traveled, hikers and bikers now reign, on a protected pathway connecting Weatherford and Mineral Wells. Follow Noah Rudino, a health and nutrition enthusiast, as he hunts for the first time for his food. Texas rivers and streams are under attack. The invasive Giant Reed threatens pretty much every river system in the state, but biologists are fighting back.
October 3-9, 2021
Finding Fortlandia, Caprocks Bison, Fort Parker
Remember building a fort as a kid? Join a bunch of first-time fort builders as they get together to build one from recycled materials. Once numbering in the millions, the Southern Plains Bison currently number around 300. They now have a home at Caprock Canyons State Park. Located along the Navasota River, Fort Parker State Park offers a tranquil setting for camping, hiking, biking and fishing.
October 10-16, 2021
Microfishing, Guadalupe River & Sabine Paddling
In the first show of the 37th season, put on a mask and snorkel and explore the tiny, underwater world of microfishing, Visit Guadalupe River State Park to camp under the trees, take a bike ride, and find some fun for the whole family. Enjoy a meandering paddle down the Sabine Sandbar Paddling Trail in deep East Texas and find some peace and quiet.