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Revisiting Paddlefish

Paddlefish, once abundant in the Big Cypress Bayou and Caddo Lake, started disappearing following construction of a dam at Lake O' the Pines in the late 1950s. In spring 2014, a broad coalition reintroduced paddlefish into the system after making improvements to benefit the rare species. The fish were implanted with radio transmitters. This is a Passport to Texas video: More Passport to Texas videos:

Instagram Meetup at Lake Livingston State Park

A group of Instagram fans met at Lake Livingston State Park to take pictures, get inspired and enjoy the scenery. Follow the Texas Parks and Wildlife Instagram account @TexasParksWildlife. For more on Lake Livingston State Park, visit

Bird Hunting Forecast 2015 - Texas Parks and Wildlife [Official]

It’s a season of plenty for upland bird hunters this year thanks to a lot of rain and a mild summer. Hunting in Texas is big business bringing more than three-billion dollars to the state’s economy. And Texas Parks and Wildlife biologists say this year should be one of the best for bird hunters. Check out Texas Parks and Wildlife Digital Hunting Forecast for all species at A new app is now available that allows hunters to carry the Outdoor Annual with them on their mobile devices. You can download at Texas Parks and Wildlife reminds hunters they need game bird conservation stamps to hunt dove, waterfowl, turkey and quail and to check the local regulations where they will be hunting.

The Cup Crusaders | Texas Parks & Wildlife

Meet Jace and Jack Tunnell. This father and son team, armed with a video camera, fight city litter, and raise awareness about the impacts of urban trash on water, fish, and wildlife. Watch the Texas Parks & Wildlife television show. Find out where to watch at

Stewards of the Future | 1989 Throwback

Stewards of the Future Originally known as Made in Texas, the Texas Parks & Wildlife television show has been on the air for 30 years. In 1899 we explored a unique riparian ecosystem on the registry of Natural Landmarks, the Engeling Wildlife Management Area in East Texas. Get a close-up look at wood ducks, beavers and other inhabitants of the rich and diverse bottom land hardwood community. Watch the Texas Parks & Wildlife television show, find out where to watch at

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