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[cc] Ride along with some Texas game wardens by air, land and water as they work to protect Texas' natural resources. For more on Texas game wardens, visit http://www.tpwd.state.tx.us/warden/
[cc] So you want to be a game warden? Before you can earn that honor, you've got to spend 6 grueling months training and learning. Follow a class of cadets as they find out if they have what it takes at the Game Warden Academy. For more information on Texas game wardens, visit http://www.tpwd.state.tx.us/warden/
Shawn Hervey is a Game Warden near the Texas/Arkansas border. He was given an Employee Service Award for his outreach work with at-risk youth in the Texarkana area. For more information about Texas game wardens, see http://www.tpwd.state.tx.us/warden/
Meet a select few, specially-trained game wardens who, as part of a Texas task force, work to protect our air, water, fish and wildlife from environmental law-breakers.
Climb aboard with Texas game wardens who patrol offshore to protect the state's precious Gulf resources. http://www.tpwd.state.tx.us/warden/
You'd think a Little League champ would want to become a baseball pro but Wyatt Willis dreams of becoming a Texas game warden. Game warden info. at http://www.tpwd.state.tx.us/warden/
The Texas Game Warden Training Center celebrates the first phase construction of its state-of-the-art training facility. With funding from public-private partnerships, the Training Center is halfway toward its $20 million project goal. More info. at http://www.tpwd.state.tx.us/warden/training_center/index.phtml
[cc] A pair of Harris' Hawks, unlawfully captured in Texas and transported to North Carolina, are returned to their home in south Texas thanks to Operation Game Thief. Learn about Operation Game Thief, Texas' "crime stoppers" for wildlife, at http://www.ogttx.com/
Spend some time with Texas game wardens as they work the weekend waters of central Texas. For more information about game wardens and water safety, visit www.tpwd.state.tx.us
[cc] Until recently, the Texas Game Warden Academy was headquartered in a converted warehouse in downtown Austin. Cadets had to travel offsite for specialized training. But now, thanks to a public-private partnership, Texas Parks and Wildlife has broken ground on a new state-of-the-art training center in rural Hamilton County. For more information on Texas game wardens, visit http://www.tpwd.state.tx.us/warden/
A behind-the-scenes preview of "The Gulf Wardens," which will air on the Texas Parks and Wildlife TV Series the week of November 28th on Texas PBS stations.
Global Positioning System or GPS technology, at its simplest, can help keep hikers from getting lost in the woods, but this same technology can also help first-responders prepare for the most complex disasters. Follow Texas Game Wardens as they get some high tech training in the field.
Operation Game Thief is Texas Parks and Wildlife's "crimestoppers" program that allows citizens to report game law violations to state Game Wardens and earn cash rewards for tips that lead to convictions. A new texting feature of the program allows another easy option for reporting violations. For more info: http://www.tpwd.state.tx.us/warden/ogt/
Mitch Lockwood, Texas Parks and Wildlife's Big Game Program Director, discusses the detection of Chronic Wasting Disease in far West Texas. He covers various aspects of the disease, the agency's Chronic Wasting Disease Management Plan, and the role that hunters have in helping to cope with this disease. For more info: http://www.tpwd.state.tx.us/huntwild/wild/diseases/cwd/
50th Film History As the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department celebrates its 50th anniversary, we open the vaults to some old films that showcase the history of the agency. This week, sit around the campfire with some longtime game wardens, and hear some tall tales. Watch the Texas Parks & Wildlife PBS television series www.tpwd.state.tx.us/tv
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