Published on Feb 4, 2014
Texas Parks & Wildlife PBS Show #2222
March 16-22, 2014
Restoring a Texas Treasure
The Guadalupe Bass lives in the cool running waters of the Texas Hill Country. But over the last few decades, competition from the popular small-mouth bass population has reduced the Guadalupe Bass to near extinction. Discover what fisheries biologists at the Heart of the Hills Fisheries Science Center are doing to bring back the official state fish of Texas.
Lake Casa Blanca International State Park
For folks in and around Laredo a great place to cool off is Lake Casa Blanca International State Park. From the fishing to the camping Lake Casa Blanca is perfect place for a good ole' South Texas siesta.
Wild Things: Texas Symbols
Everybody knows the bluebonnet is the state flower, but what is the state sea shell? The state reptile? The state flying mammal?
A Scar on the Flats
As more anglers discover the shallow waters of the Texas Gulf Coast, there is growing concern about what this increased traffic is doing to the fragile sea grasses. Learn how to get to where the fish are without damaging this vital habitat.
Postcard From Texas
The South Llano River is home to the native Guadalupe Bass and it's a major attraction to the hill country town of Junction. Now this nearly constant water level river is one of the latest additions to the Texas Paddling Trails network.
For stations and air times: http://www.tpwd.texas.gov/tv