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LBJ State Park & Historic Site - Texas Parks & Wildlife [Official]


Lyndon B. Johnson State Park & Historic Site The Lyndon Baines Johnson State Park and Historic Site is all about history, from the visitor center honoring our country’s thirty-sixth president … to a living-history farm depicting life on the farmstead as it was back in 1918, when President Johnson was a young boy. Visit the park's web page at: https://tpwd.texas.gov/state-parks/lyndon-b-johnson

Attwater's Prairie Chicken Decline, The Last Dance - Texas Parks & Wildlife [Official]


The Last Dance Historically there used to be one million Attwater’s prairie-chickens throughout the coastal prairies of Texas and Louisiana, now less than one percent remain. We follow along as biologists deal with one of the toughest breeding seasons on record, as they struggle to save one of the most endangered birds in all of Texas. Find our more about the status of the Attwater's Prairie Chicken at: https://www.fws.gov/refuge/attwater_prairie_chicken/

Lost Maples Weekend Capacity - Texas Parks and Wildlife


If you want to see the fall colors at Lost Maples State Natural Area, be sure to make a reservation with "Save the Day" online. Weekends fill up fast. TexasStateParks.org

Diamondback Terrapin Turtle - Texas Parks and Wildlife


Diamondback terrapins are unique in many ways and most of these come from their adaptation to life in estuaries, salt marshes, and bays along the coast. They are among more than 1,300 Species of Greatest Conservation Need (SGCN) in Texas. Learn more at TxWildlifeAlliance.org

An Office in the Ocean - Texas Parks & Wildlife [Official]


An Office in the Ocean Exploring the depths of Texas’ artificial reefs, documenting species of fish and coral, and monitoring the health of our reefs, these are all in a day’s work for Dr. Brooke Shipley and Chris Ledford of the TPWD Artificial Reef Program. These two are fortunate enough to make the undersea world of the Gulf of Mexico their office. Find out more about the artificial reef program at: https://tpwd.texas.gov/landwater/water/habitats/artificial_reef/links.phtml