Passport to Texas from Texas Parks and Wildlife and the Wildlife Restoration Program
Acquiring outdoors knowledge and skills need not be painful or joyless. Steve Hall is Texas Parks and Wildlife’s Director of Education.
One of our most popular topics is outdoor survival and first aid. And of course that can apply to a camper, a mountain biker, a boater, what have you. We have a wealth of programs in education and outreach for anybody who just wants to learn more about safety, the outdoors, shooting sports.
We have a sporting clays mobile truck that goes statewide where you can learn how to shoot the clay birds. Most everybody that’s ever done that has come back giggling and excited and happy about a new activity that they really never quite thought that they would do. You know, shoot a shotgun at one of those little fast moving things.
So we have other types of programs and other audiences that we try to reach in those cases.
Find more information about outdoor educational opportunities on our website at passporttotexas.org.
While you’re there, click on the tab for Outdoor Stories and share your favorite memory of time spent in the great Texas outdoors.
That’s our show…made possible by the Wildlife Restoration program… helping to increase hunting and shooting opportunities in Texas.
For Texas Parks and Wildlife…I’m Cecilia Nasti.