Texas Parks & Wildlife Videos

Gulf & Coastal related videos

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D-Day 50 - Texas Parks and Wildlife [Official]

D-Day marked the turning point in World War II. It was also a turning point in the lives of those who were there. Visit with some of the veterans of the Battleship TEXAS as they get together to relive old memories, and rekindle old friendships.

Hooked on the Coast - Texas Parks and Wildlife [Official]

The Texas coast is home to some of the finest sport fishing in the country. Follow along and see why anglers from all over are hooked on the coast.

Gardens of the Gulf - Texas Parks and Wildlife [Official]

There's a 'flower garden' in the Gulf of Mexico, and it's 60 feet underwater. Learn what the Flower Gardens are, what research scientists are doing at these coral reefs, and why we should be concerned about the garden's health.

Barrier Island Ecosystem - Texas Parks and Wildlife [Official]

Secrets of a Barrier Island Take a trip across Matagorda Island, and learn all about barrier islands, their geology, ecology, and how they protect the Texas coast.

Lavaca Bay Cleanup - Texas Parks and Wildlife [Official]

[cc] In the 1980s fishing in Lavaca Bay was all but closed when deadly levels of contamination were found in the surrounding waters. Today, over 20 years and $100,000,000 later, the clean-up is almost complete. Discover how government agencies and private industry set aside their differences for the good of the bay.

Galveston Oil Spill Wildlife Impacts - Texas Parks and Wildlife [Official]

Galveston Oil Spill Wildlife Impacts A look at the initial impacts to wildlife along the Texas coast in the days following the March 22, 2014 oil spill in the Houston Ship Channel. People wanting to volunteer to help with clean-up are asked to visit the Central Texas Coastal Area Committee website at http://www.ctcac.us/go/mailinglist/4703

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