This is Passport to Texas
Now you can drive on the wild side of our state’s prairies and forests using two newly updated Great Texas Wildlife Trail maps.
The updates of the Prairies and Pineywoods East and West maps mark the completion of the entire collection of wildlife trail maps, which feature more than 920 wildlife-viewing sites all across our great state.
There are nine wildlife trail maps in all, and each invites nature lovers like you to discover the best of Texas’ native wildlife no matter where you are in the state.
In addition to physical copies of the maps, interactive maps are available online to explore various regions.
Each regional map details several smaller trail loops for easy driving trips throughout Texas.
The maps list contact information, entry fees and operating hours for attractions along the trails.
To view all nine Great Texas Wildlife Trails maps or to purchase a printed map, visit the Texas Parks and Wildlife website.
The new wildlife maps were made possible in part from the support of a number of sponsors, including the Wildlife Diversity Conservation License Plate Program.
That’s our show for today… Funding provided in part by Ram Trucks. Guts. Glory. Ram
For Texas Parks and Wildlife, I’m Cecilia Nasti.