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PBS Preview, Air Dates May 9-15, 2021 State Park Biking Trails - #2905


Preview for the May 9-15 Texas Parks & Wildlife PBS television show, #2905. Find out where to watch: https://tpwd.texas.gov/newsmedia/tv/tvwhere.phtml

Urban Deer: How to manage overabundant deer


Deer are beautiful and elegant creatures, but sometimes too many deer can cause serious issues in our neighborhoods and communities. Learn tips on how to manage urban and suburban deer populations here: https://tpwd.texas.gov/huntwild/wild/game_management/overabundant_deer/

Wet Windy & Cold in the Davis Mountains - Postcard From Texas


Sometimes it gets a little wet, windy and cold in the Davis Mountains. Like this March afternoon at the Davis Mountains State Park. Find out more about the Davis Mountains State Park: https://tpwd.texas.gov/state-parks/davis-mountains

Building a Recycled Playscape; Snake, Rattle & Roll - Texas Parks & Wildlife [Official]


Snake, Rattle & Roll Who doesn’t love a fort, fond memories of those carefree days as a kid? Well, we follow along as a bunch of first-time fort builders get together to build one from all recycled materials. This unique structure is part of the annual Fortlandia exhibit at the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center in Austin. For more information on the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center: www.wildflower.org

PBS SHOW - Finding Fortlandia, Caprocks Bison, Fort Parker, #2926


Program 2926, Air Dates April 4-10, 2021 & October 3-9, 2021 Finding Fortlandia, Caprocks Bison, Fort Parker Snake, Rattle & Roll Who doesn’t love a fort, fond memories of those carefree days as a kid? Well, we follow along as a bunch of first-time fort builders get together to build one from all recycled materials. This unique structure is part of the annual Fortlandia exhibit at the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center in Austin Saving the Last of the Southern Plains Bison Caprock Canyons State Park holds the last remnants of pure Southern Plains Bison that exists in North America. Once numbering around 60 million, now there are around 300; the history of how they came to live at the state park, on their native historic land is a long one. Because of the hard work of a few individuals, these Bison live on. Fort Parker State Park Located along the Navasota River where the grasses of the Blackland Prairie meet the woodlands of the Post Oak Savannah, Fort Parker State Park offers a tranquil setting for camping, hiking, biking and fishing. There is a lot of history here, too. Located on what was once the town of Springfield, the park was built by the men of the Civilian Conservation Corps in the 1930’s. Postcard From Texas Chill out on a rainy day at Davis Mountains State Park.