The registration deadline for teams participating in this year’s Great Texas Birding Classic is approaching quickly…
Working in counties across the state, Texas Game Wardens rise to the challenge every day.
Sit back and enjoy two minutes of turkey antics with this flock hanging around a ranch field in Donley County, just south of McLean.
Some of the best examples of excellent land stewardship are recognized by the Lone Star Land Steward Awards program.
Two land parcels totalling over 14,000 acres were accepted as donations by Texas Parks and Wildlife Commission in recent weeks.
Why does the turtle cross the road? And what should you, as a passerby, do about it?
It’s a tie! The winning designs for the new license plates are the Hummingbird and the Rattlesnake!
Holiday festivities abound at Texas State Parks! Park staff “elves” are planning a sleigh full of special activities from hikes and decorated camp sites to historical reenactments.
Tourists and visitors to Texas State Parks create an economic boost for nearby towns, generating income and jobs for local communities and growing the state economy, according to a recent study.
This special license, an $1800 value gives you the privilege to hunt and fish in Texas without ever having to buy another state license…
The recently released official Outdoor Annual – Texas Hunting and Fishing Regulations mobile app has been updated to include season dates and bag limits for the 2014-2015 waterfowl season
The USFWS has approved the 2014-2015 Texas dove season, including a 70-day season and 15-bird daily bag statewide, and a 16-day early teal and Canada goose season.
The TPWD has relesed a hunter saftey video after three fatalities were among the 33 hunting accidents reported in the 2013 Texas Hunting Accident Report, all of which were preventable accidents.
The TPWD has announced that turkey’s have been released into the wild as part of a turkey restoration project and due to turkey populations dwindling.
Get some tips from hunter education instructor Ty Harris in this video before you make any choices for your camo needs.
The TPWD has announced the online Public Hunt Drawing System, where hunters can choose their pick out of more than 80 hunt areas and 30 hunt categories.
The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department (TPWD) has a few tips for everything from cleaning your shotgun to sighting your rifle and preparing for a hunt.
The TPWD has announced the sale of Annual Public Hunting (APH) Permits for $48, with walk-in hunting access to over 1 million acres of land in 200 different areas of the state.
The TPWD has announced that the Draw Hunts for 2014-2015 are now available and for the first time they’re online only.
The National Fish and Wildlife Foundation announced five projects to restore & enhance habitats for species impacted by the 2010 Deepwater Horizon Disaster, including the Gulf Coast Migratory Waterfowl Enhancement Project…