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Blue Heron Shakett Creek

The Great Blue Heron is abundant, widespread, and well-known throughout its range in Texas. It is...

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God Bless the U.S.A.

Lee Greenwood, in collaboration with The United States Air Force Band, Singing Sergeants and Home...

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Anglers to Target Grass Carp on Lake Conroe

Bow and rod-and-reel anglers will remove excess carp to aid native aquatic vegetation restoration...

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Texas Parks and Wildlife Department and Partners Restore Lake Brazos Fishery

ATHENS — A recent cooperative effort between Texas Parks and Wildlife Department (TPWD Inland Fisheries management staff, the City of Waco, Cameron Park Zoo, and some local scouts from China Spring deployed new fish habitat into...

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Critical Texas Bass River Named ”Water To Watch” For 2011

AUSTIN – The Llano River in Texas has been named one of 10 “Waters to Watch” for 2011 in the National Fish Habitat Action Plan. The watch list doesn’t necessarily indicate waters in trouble, but points to those that will benefit...

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TPWD Proposes List of Approved Exotic Aquatic Plants, Permitted Algae

AUSTIN – Aquatic plants offer both beauty and functionality in landscaping and aquaria, and the use of algae to produce biofuels has recently received increased attention. The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department wants to ensure...

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Texas Fisheries Biologists to Hear of Changes Coming to Texas

ATHENS, Texas — Texas fisheries biologists know their jobs are changing. On January 22 a trio of experts will give them a glimpse of what the future may hold at the annual meeting of the Texas Chapter of the American Fisheries...

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Christmas Travelers Trapped on Texas Highways

Anyone with information regarding actions by the state to rescue stranded travelers on Texas highway 287 west of Wichita Falls please contact the Texas SportsGuide. Do you have any news on actions to rescue thousands of stranded...

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Potentially Toxic Algal Species Confirmed in South Texas

AUSTIN, Texas — Since January 2009, a microscopic alga most often found in north and west Texas has been confirmed at four south Texas sites: Corpus Christi, Kingsville, McAllen, and Jim Hogg County. All four occurrences caused...

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New Paddling Trails to Open in Houston, Austin, Elsewhere in Texas

Paddling and nature enthusiasts, government officials and interested Houstonians will celebrate the official opening of the Buffalo Bayou Paddling Trail at Briar Bend Park on Thursday, April 16 when the Bayou Preservation...

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Beatrice Long, Seabrook Intermediate School teacher, named 2009 National Project Learning Tree Outstanding Educator

Washington, D.C. – Project Learning Tree® (PLT), the environmental education program of the American Forest Foundation, has announced that Beatrice Long, a Houston resident who teaches at Seabrook Intermediate School, was named...

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Babying Big Bass

ATHENS, Texas—One of the biggest factors that influences the survival of fish entered into the ShareLunker program is how those fish are handled and cared for prior to being picked up by Texas Parks and Wildlife Department...

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