Texas Parks & Wildlife
Holiday boating over Fourth of July weekend in Texas will include more regulations meant to stop the spread of invasive zebra mussels.
Hunters eager to apply for the state’s public hunt drawings can throw away pencil and paper and log onto the internet.
A new Texas rule, just passed by the Texas Parks and Wildlife Commission, expands boat draining rules from 47 counties to statewide to combat the spread of Zebra mussels.
New rules begin this week to protect Texas waterways against invasive zebra mussels. The pesky creatures were first confirmed in Texas in Lake Texoma in 2009.
A state commission has made permanent requirements for boaters to clean, dry and drain their watercraft before and after entering lakes and streams in 17 North Texas counties.
How can you escape the dog days of summer? Why not join thousands of Texans who take their families swimming in a Texas State Park to beat the heat — while enjoying a fun, healthy activity in the outdoors?
Keep cool this summer and have fun with your family! Go paddling in a state park or along a designated Texas Paddling Trail.
Racism and discrimination allegations are troubling the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, where employees bemoaned “a legacy of intolerance” in a report.
Texas Parks & Wildlife is launching a campaign to promote water conservation this summer. Country-rock musician Kevin Fowler made a video that has started airing across the state.
Fishing in a Texas State Park or local Neighborhood Fishin’ lake stocked with fish is fun, affordable and a great way for family and friends to be together in nature.
Whether you relax on a blanket, sit at a picnic table or cook outdoors on an open grill — food just tastes better outside!
April is a great time to get outdoors with your family, and birding is an activity that the whole family can enjoy — even while hiking, biking or picnicking.