Develop some insight into Lake Whitney State Park’s most viewable large mammal through a talk with a TPWD white-tailed deer biologist and interactive activities!
Sep 27, 2014
from 01:00 PM to 02:00 PM
|Where||Lake Whitney State Park|
|Contact Name||Luke Stucker|
|Contact Phone||(254) 694-3793|
White-tailed deer are one of the most recognizable and accessible large mammal species in Texas. Come join us for a talk and directed interactive activities with a Texas Parks and Wildlife deer biologist. The discussion will include white-tailed deer natural history and biology, activities and a discussion of how the deer population is managed at Lake Whitney State Park. Meet at the playground between the boat ramp and the shelter area.
The program is free for any participant who has a valid entrance permit for the day. Entrance permits are available from Park Headquarters for $5.00 per person for everyone 13 or older. Children 12 or under are free. Entrance fees are also covered by a valid Texas State Parks Pass.
Families with children are encouraged to attend.