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Fall Foliage Putting on a Show at Texas State Parks

Fall Foliage Putting on a Show at Texas State Parks

AUSTIN— Magical shades of red, orange and yellow leaves are coloring Texas State Parks’ landscape statewide just in time for Thanksgiving. “Our parks are ripe…

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Hunters Reminded of New Experimental Mule Deer Antler Restrictions in Southeast Panhandle

Hunters Reminded of New Experimental Mule Deer Antler Restrictions in Southeast Panhandle

AUSTIN – Hunters taking to the field for this weekend’s mule deer season opener in six southeast Panhandle counties are encouraged to take a closer…

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Game Warden Field Notes

Game Warden Field Notes

The following items are compiled from recent Texas Parks and Wildlife Department law enforcement reports. Lost and Found While patrolling for hunting violations recently, a…

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Inland Fisheries Staff Considering Alligator Gar Regulation Changes

Inland Fisheries Staff Considering Alligator Gar Regulation Changes

AUSTIN – Texas Parks and Wildlife Department Inland Fisheries management staff are considering changes to regulations and harvest reporting requirements for alligator gar, Texas’ largest…

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Free Entrance to Texas State Parks Nov. 11 in Honor of Veterans Day

Free Entrance to Texas State Parks Nov. 11 in Honor of Veterans Day

AUSTIN— In honor of both active and retired military, daily entrance fees at Texas State Parks will be waived for all visitors Sunday, Nov. 11….

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Waterfowl Hunters Reminded to Help Prevent Spread of Giant Salvinia

Waterfowl Hunters Reminded to Help Prevent Spread of Giant Salvinia

AUSTIN – More than 20 lakes in East Texas are currently infested with giant salvinia, including Caddo Lake, which is considered a wetland of international…

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