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PBS Preview December 21-27, 2015 - Texas Parks and Wildlife [Official]

Preview for the December 21-27, 2015 Texas Parks & Wildlife PBS television show #2310. Find out Where to Watch: http://www.tpwd.texas.gov/tv

Texas Parks & Wildlife Through the Years - [official]

A brief overview of Texas Parks & Wildlife's history and successes over the last 50 years for wildlife, habitat, conservation and the people of Texas. For more information about the agency and its history go to: http://www.tpwd.state.tx.us/business/about/

Return of the Black Bear

By the 1960s, the Mexican black bear disappeared from its historic range in Texas because of shooting, trapping and habitat loss. Over the past few years, though, we’ve seen its gradual return from across the border in Mexico. Black Bear research video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g4qro-qupJA&feature=youtube_gdata This is a Passport to Texas video: http://passporttotexas.org

Eggsotic Collection - Texas Parks and Wildlife [Official]

In the world of stamp collections, artifacts or all things old, there’s a place that surely has some of it all. Texas Parks and Wildlife has this report on a small East Texas town that values history and preservation as proof in its latest collection that is lets say, “eggsotic.” For more information on the Mt. Vernon Fire Station Museum which hosts both the bird egg display and the Don Meredith exhibit, visit the Franklin County Historical Association website or call 903-537-4760. Birding and wildlife trail maps information is on the Texas Parks and Wildlife website at http://www.tpwd.state.tx.us/wildlifetrails

Healthy Habitats - Texas Conservation Action Plan Overview - Texas Parks and Wildlife [Official]

The Texas Conservation Action Plan provides direction to groups desiring to make positive changes in habitat for wildlife. This video speaks to elementary, middle and high school students voluntarily working on habitat restoration projects through the Healthy Habitats grant program. For more information go to www.tpwd.texas.gov and search for "TPWD: Texas Conservation Action Plan".

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