PBS February 23-March 1, 2014, #2219 - Texas Parks and Wildlife [Official]





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Published on Feb 27, 2014

Texas Parks & Wildlife PBS Show #2219
February 23-March 1, 2014

Texas Tussle, A Gator Hunt
It's a hot muggy afternoon in an east Texas marsh, and it's time to hunt for alligators. We tag along with some lucky hunters that get a chance of a lifetime to hunt alligators at J.D. Murphree Wildlife Management Area.
Wild Game Cooking: Alligator Chili Relleno
Austin chef Jeff Martinez shows us a unique way to cook Texas alligator with a south of the border twist.

Outdoor Info: Leave No Trace
The mantra of the true outdoors lover is "Leave no trace". Here's some ideas for leaving the environment better than you found it.

Balancing Act
Todd Imboden is a true homegrown product of Texas Parks & Wildlife, starting with the department when he was just out of his teens. From his humble beginnings as a janitor some 30 years ago, he now heads up Palmetto State Park, a jewel in the Texas State Park System. We'll spend a few days with this super superintendent as he juggles his time between work and family.

Postcard From Texas
Relax with fall colors in a few east Texas state parks.

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


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