Texas Parks and Wildlife Kicks off Second Season of its “Under the Sky” Podcast

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We’re not fooling around when we tell you April 1 marks the beginning of the second season of the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department’s podcast, Under the Texas Sky. The podcast brings...

Calling All Jakes: Texas Turkey Hunters Should See More Young Toms This Spring

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Talk about a master class in social distancing! A great 2019 nesting season for wild turkeys means more young toms (or jakes) will be seen by hunters this spring. Jakes are...

State Parks Are Perfect for a Low-Cost Spring Break!

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What better way to spend time experiencing the changing seasons? https://youtu.be/LmqC2TnkpP0 Courtesy of Texas Parks and Wildlife Spring means birds are singing and...

Mission Tejas State Park Hosts Guided Valentine’s Hike

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If you’re in the Alto area this upcoming Valentine’s Day weekend and looking for an excuse to get outside with your significant other, then Mission Tejas State Park has you covered:

Video of the Day: Fishing Reel VS Girlfriend

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vD6YikHdbRU&feature=emb_title

Pineywoods Region Fishing Report: February 7th-10th

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We’re gearing up for some great weather this weekend, so check out Texas Parks and Wildlife’s lake/fishing conditions for this weekend for Deep East Texas: B.A. Steinhagen

Now is the Time to be Pruning Your Trees and Shrubs

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Cary Sims is the County Extension Agent for agriculture and natural resources for Angelina County, and she offers some helpful insight on why now is the correct time to be pruning and...

Be on the Lookout for Bald Eagles in our Area!

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We’ve heard rumblings about some sightings of Bald Eagles in the Angelina County area, and whether you are a connoisseur of the avian sorts or have never seen one and would like...

Managing Your Garden’s Soil

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The last couple of weeks I’ve discussed the wonders of organic matter in your soil and the mineral composition of the ground we work. Given the properties of the ground you have...

POLITICAL SIGNS NOT ALLOWED ON RIGHT OF WAY

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With political campaign season in full swing, the Texas Department of Transportation advises political parties, candidates and their supporters of where campaign signs can be placed along Texas roadways.