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Published on Feb 3, 2014

Texas Parks & Wildlife PBS Show #2204
November 10-16, 2013

Waiting for Winter Trout
The annual winter stocking of rainbow trout in the Guadalupe River is a much anticipated event. Check out some of the best spots to go to catch these feisty freshwater fish.

A New North Deer
North Deer Island near Galveston is the largest bird rookery island on the Upper Texas Coast, and it is shrinking. Erosion from waves has pounded the island for years. See what's being done to preserve this island and protect it for the thousands of birds that nest here every year.

Talking to the Animals
Gerald Stewart can talk to animals. No, he doesn't have "Dr. Doolittle" magical powers. Rather, Gerald is a professional animal caller. Using mouth calls and audio cassettes, he can attract birds, owls, mountain lions, bobcats, foxes, deer and many more animals.

Postcard From Texas
Witness the natural phenomenon of a butterfly emerging from its chrysalis.

For stations and air times: http:://www.tpwd.texas.gov/tv


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