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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

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:

Lake Brownwood State Park - Texas Parks & Wildlife [Official]

Lake Brownwood State Park Near the geographical center of Texas, this park offers an atmosphere of rustic beauty and tranquility with hiking, camping, boating and fishing opportunities. Many structures in use today were constructed by the Civilian Conservation Corps in the early 1930’s from timber and native rock found in the park. Find out more about the park at:

Deer Season Top 3 Things - Texas Parks and Wildlife

Are you ready for deer season? Check out the top 3 things every hunter should know before heading to the field. For all white-tailed deer seasons and regulations in Texas, refer to the Outdoor Annual:

PBS SHOW Devils River Advocates, Monahans Sandhills & the DNA Dude, #2723

Program 2723. Air dates March 17-23, 2019 & September 15-21, 2019 Devils River Advocates, Monahans Sandhills & DNA Dude The Devils Advocates From landowners, to conservationists, and other folks in between, there is a love affair with the Devils River. This remote river valley is about as wild as you can get in Texas. But there are threats to this natural place, and that’s got those passionate admirers a bit worried. Monahans Sandhills State Park Where can you surf without water? On a sea of sand near Odessa. Sliding down dunes is just some of the fun in the sun at the unique landscape of Monahans Sandhills State Park. Parks & Wildlife People: Dijar Lutz-Carillo Fisheries science requires a lot of complex knowledge and instruments. Dijar Lutz-Carillo knows how to pull it all together. 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 only 80; 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. Postcard From Texas Enjoy some flowing water and fall leaves at Lost Maples State Natural Area.