PBS February 9-15, 2014, #2217 - Texas Parks and Wildlife [Official]





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Published on Feb 10, 2014

Texas Parks & Wildlife PBS Show #2217
February 9-15, 2014

Above Texas: Growing Pains
The third in a four part series that highlights The Lone Star State in a way we don't normally get to see ... from high above and down below. First up, we fly over our cities and industrial centers, hearing from some of Texas' greatest thinkers about striking a crucial balance about the stewardship between our states' economy and our natural resources.

Wood Ducks at Gus Engeling Wildlife Management Area
Check out a bottomland hardwood swamp and the ducks that call it home.

Lake Somerville State Park
Camping, hiking, horseback riding are just a few of the things you can enjoy at Lake Somerville. You can also just take it easy if you want to.

A Journey South
One of the most popular tourist destinations in Texas doesn't have any roller coasters or food courts, but it does have whooping cranes. Visit the Aransas National Wildlife Refuge and see lots and lots of wildlife.

Postcard from Texas
Wind turbines are increasing across Texas. Get a different view of these energy producing giants.

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


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