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Sea Rim Rebirth - Texas Parks and Wildlife [Official]

After nearly a decade, Sea Rim State Park near Port Arthur is back on its feet with a new boardwalk , showers, campsites and even a six-person cabin for visitors. Hurricanes Rita and Ike nearly leveled the park and fried its electrical system. Now the park has been reborn with plenty of summer left for family getaways. Texas Parks and Wildlife has this report. The second phase of the park's master plan includes a permanent headquarters, restrooms near the camping loop and elevated tent platforms overlooking the gulf. For more information go to http://tpwd.texas.gov

ShareLunker Care

This video gives a behind-the-scenes look at what happens to a ShareLunker from the time it is picked up from the angler until it is returned to the lake.

Eli's First Youth Hunt - Texas Parks and Wildlife [Official]

More than 50 young people from across the state recently took part in what organizers are calling the world's largest youth deer hunt. The sixth annual Super Hunt is a way for neighboring ranchers to manage their wildlife populations while providing many urban kids their first experience with nature and the outdoors. Texas Parks and Wildlife has this report.Each of the youth participating in the Super Hunt were required to pass a hunter education and firearm safety course through Texas Parks and Wildlife. For more information on youth hunts, visit the Texas Youth Hunting Program website at www.tyhp.org

Public Hunt Drawing System Overview- Texas Parks & Wildlife-[Official]

A brief overview of Texas Parks and Wildlife's new online Public Hunt Drawing System where hunters can apply for hunts on public lands in Texas. To try it out, go to www.tpwd.texas.gov/drawnhunts

The Bee Condo: Attract Non-Aggressive, Solitary Bees to Help Pollination

Everyone understands the value of European honeybees as pollinators, but Texas' native solitary bees (leaf cutter bees, carpenter bees, mason bees, etc.) are much better pollinators. Additionally, they aren't aggressive so you can install a bee block and enjoy them in your yard without fear of them defending their hive and stinging pets or children. After watching them for a while, don't be surprised if you find yourself even considering them lovable. To learn more about Texas wildlife, visit https://tpwd.texas.gov/huntwild/wild/wildlife_diversity/

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