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Hunting Forecast 2014 - Texas Parks and Wildlife [Official]

As fall comes to Texas, more than one million hunters are gearing up for another season, which will bring more than three-billion dollars into the state’s economy. But just how is this year’s season shaping up for sportsmen and women now that we’ve seen a little rain? Texas Parks and Wildlife has this report. A new app is now available that allows hunters to carry the Outdoor Annual with them on their mobile devices. You can download at http://www.txoutdoorannual.com/app Texas Parks and Wildlife reminds hunters they need game bird conservation stamps to hunt dove, waterfowl, turkey and quail and to check the local regulations where they will be hunting.

Home Firearm Safety - Texas Parks and Wildlife [Official]

Learn how to properly and safely store your hunting firearms in the home. A gun safe is a good idea, especially if you have kids in the house.

Please Don't Feed the Ducks

Learn how feeding the ducks at local ponds can create problems for the birds as well as for the environment. To learn more about urban wildlife, visit http://www.tpwd.state.tx.us/huntwild/wild/wildlife_diversity/

Managing Egret and Heron Rookeries

Large egret and heron rookeries in urban settings can cause issues with noise, odor, and possible health hazards. This video shows how to prevent the establishment of rookeries without violating the Migratory Bird Treaty Act. To learn more about urban wildlife, visit http://www.tpwd.state.tx.us/huntwild/wild/wildlife_diversity/

Big Time Texas Hunts 2014 - Texas Parks and Wildlife [Official]

The hunting season is here and there’s a way hunters can win the chance of a lifetime all while helping wildlife conservation and public hunting programs. Texas Parks and Wildlife has the story of one lucky winner from San Antonio.For more information on Big Time Texas Hunts, check the Texas Parks and Wildlife website at tpwd.texas.gov/bigtimehunts or call 1-800-895-4248. Entries can be bought for $10 each at retailers that sell hunting licenses or by phone. On-line entries are only $9.

If you are using assistive technology and would like help with information on this page, contact us at accessibility@tpwd.state.tx.us

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