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PBS television show #2125. Texas Parks and Wildlife Department fire team battles blazes at Bastrop & Lake Possum Kingdom State Parks; cooking redfish three ways with chef Jessie Griffiths; replanting pines at Bastrop State Park that were lost to wildfires; a day in the life of Lake Fork fishing guide Brian Duplechain, it's a lot of work; and up close look at some of Texas' wild creatures. For stations and air times http://www.tpwd.texas.gov/tv
TPWD stocks hybrid striped bass in reservoirs with habitat better suited to open-water predatory species than to largemouth bass. This video explains why hybrid stripers are stocked where they are and lists the reservoirs that were stocked with hybrids in 2013.
Texas Parks & Wildlife PBS television show #2124 Tracking dinosaur tracks; Texas Parks and Wildlife fire team leader Jeff Sparks; biking, hiking and fishing at Cleburne State Park; film history from the 1970s; squirrel hunting, a fading tradition; abstract patterns in water. Original air dates March 24-30, 2013. For stations and air times http://www.tpwd.texas.gov/tv
Freshwater mussels are finally getting some of the respect they deserve. Mussels clean the water in our rivers, remove pollutants, and help anchor the streambed in place during flood events. Mussels and some species of fish share a life cycle; both depend on having good quality habitat in order to survive. Texas Parks and Wildlife Department worked with the Texas Department of Transportation in a project on the San Saba River to study how best to protect mussels during bridge construction.
Texas Parks & Wildlife PBS show # 2126. Alligator gar fishing and research; Cherie O'Brien helps restore coastal marshes; studying black bears in the Black Gap region of west Texas; biking at Franklin Mountains State Park. Original air date April 14-20, 2013. For stations and air times http://www.tpwd.state.tx.us/tv
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