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In late spring and early summer, young striped skunks are commonly observed in urban areas. In this video, you'll get a close-up view of some little skunks and learn what to do if you encounter them. To learn more about Texas wildlife, visit http://www.tpwd.state.tx.us/huntwild/wild/wildlife_diversity/
Beautiful But Gone: Parents Share Stories of Teen Water Accidents -Texas Parks & Wildlife [Official]
As one of the busiest boating weekends approaches, the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department is sending out a reminder to be safe on the water. On the heels of a recently released you-tube video called “Never Happens” featuring teenagers involved in a boating or swimming accident, a new video called “Beautiful But Gone” hears from the parents of those same teenagers. The video is a compelling reminder to be safe on the water by wearing a life jacket, learning to swim and closely supervising children around water. The Texas legislature mandated the new video and directed it to be shown in Driver’s Education classes where it could reach 225,000 teens annually. The 10-minute version, “Beautiful But Gone” can be seen on you-tube at http://youtu.be/RsAKt5jcDKI Or go to the Texas Parks and Wildlife webpage at http://www.tpwd.texas.gov and click on Boating and Safety.
Ice Bucket Challenge from the Texas Water Development Board and the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries accepted. You’re up, Texas A&M Forest Service!
Parents whose teens were involved in boating or swimming-related accidents bravely share their stories in an effort to prevent future tragedies. They remind us that when you are around the water, always wear a life jacket, learn to swim, closely supervise children, and use the proper safety equipment such as a "kill switch.” For more on boating safety, visit http://www.tpwd.state.tx.us/fishboat/boat/safety/
A coalition of partners has raised nearly $38 million dollars to purchase 17,000+ acres of one of the largest remaining unspoiled tracts of coastal prairie in the state. The Powderhorn Ranch in Calhoun County is expected to become a future state park and wildlife management area for the people of Texas. For details, see http://tpwd.texas.gov/newsmedia/releases/?req=20140821a. For more information about the Texas Parks and Wildlife Foundation, visit http://www.tpwf.org/
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