This is Passport to Texas
Late February is not too early to begin planning for spring break. As spring breakers often like to experience the wild side on their week away from classes, we’d like to suggest they blaze a trail by following a special set of maps to the best spots for wildlife in Texas.
07—Through this series of maps, we now have over 950 sites, statewide, that show you the best places to see all kinds of wildlife.
You do know we’re talking about actual wildlife—not questionable behavior.
07—From bighorn sheep to monarch butterflies to migratory song birds, to nesting shorebirds on the Texas coast.
Shelly Plante oversees nature tourism for Parks and Wildlife.
30—Fifteen years ago we started with the Great Texas Coastal Birding trail, which was a series of three trails on the Texas coast: the upper, central and lower Texas coast. With the success of those, we moved on and did the Heart of Texas, and Panhandle Plains, and those were so successful we then moved on to the Prairies and Pineywoods. About two years ago, I started partnering with the Texas Mountain Trail and Texas Pecos Trail regions of the Heritage Trails of the Historical Commission to create the final map of the series. And that is the Far West Texas Wildlife Trail map.
Download any of the nine Great Texas Wildlife Trail Maps from the Texas Parks and Wildlife website…and have a wild spring break—the kind you can tell your folks about.
That’s our show… For Texas Parks and Wildlife…I’m Cecilia Nasti.