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TPW Magazine December Preview

Tuesday, November 15th, 2011

This is Passport to Texas

The December 2011 issue of Texas Parks and Wildlife magazine holds a variety of delights for every reader, much like a Christmas stocking filled with treats. Editor Louie Bond.

62— I think that’s what we definitely have this December. First we look at something serious, which is a retrospective photo essay on the year’s historical droughts and wildfires.

We look at it in a way that this brings on new birth and re-growth. So we hope to look back and also look ahead with this photo essay from our own wonderful photographers who have been all over the state covering these crises.

And then on happier notes, we’re going to look at animal rescue volunteer groups across the state and the great they work they do. And I’m sure they were called in on these particular instances as well to do their work that they do for little or no money—really just for the love of wildlife.

And then we’ll also take a little adventure way down deep into Good Enough Springs, which is the largest underground cave systems in the united States, and one of the most dangerous dives anywhere. And it took our photographer and writer more than a year to get access and amass this information, and get the photographs in this really difficult, dangerous place. So, I think there’s going to be something for everyone this December.

Thanks, Louie.

Find the December issue of Texas Parks and Wildlife magazine on newsstands now.

For Texas Parks and Wildlife…I’m Cecilia Nasti.