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Archery is a Sport for all Abilities


Participation in archery helps kids develop various skills. The National Archery in the Schools Program introduces students to the sport. What makes this sport and program special is that anyone of any ability can be successful. Related information on the TPWD Website: https://tpwd.texas.gov/education/archery/national-archery-in-the-schools-program This is a Passport to Texas video. See more Passport to Texas videos: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1dIjS_48o8s&list=PLB236A4485ABB4A62

Sea Turtles Rescued - Texas Parks and Wildlife Department


Coastal staff and partners rescue cold-stunned sea turtles along the Texas coast. Like all reptiles, sea turtles can't regulate their body temperature. When water temps drop rapidly, sea turtles in inshore waters may not have enough time to swim into deeper, warmer waters.

Giant salvinia survey on Caddo Lake


Survey of Caddo Lake September 2017. Giant salvinia is a highly invasive, free-floating aquatic plant that forms dense mats on the water's surface causing environmental and economic damage. Learn more at https://texasinvasives.org/giantsalvinia/

First Day Hikes Fun


Start your New Year on a healthy note with a First Day Hike (or paddle or stroll) at a Texas State Park. Find an event near you at https://tpwd.texas.gov/state-parks/park-information/first-day-hikes/first-day-hikes

PBS Preview February 18-24, 2018


Preview for the February 18-24, 2108 Texas Parks & Wildlife PBS television show, #2619. East Texas pine planter, status of quail, Lake Arrowhead State Park, Trinity River paddling, kite night flight. Find out where to watch at http://www.tpwd.texas.gov/tv