Texas Parks and Wildlife Television Series

El Paso Trails, Saving Some Bison & a Shifting Sands The Trailblazer We meet a trail building legend in El Paso. The Franklin Mountain range is the largest sustained mountain range in Texas, and has some of the best mountain biking trails in the state. We’ll meet the man that has built many of those trails, and is still building at the age of seventy nine. Lone Star Land Steward: H. Yturria Land & Cattle Co. Originally founded by Francisco Yturria, the 24,000-acre H. Yturria Land and Cattle Co. has been in the family for 157 years. The Butler family has worked tirelessly to develop the habitat and distribute water for all game and non-game species across the ranch. The Butlers have restored Rio Grande wild turkey populations in the area by trapping and restocking. This effort has proven successful and allowed them to provide birds for translocations to several adjacent landowners. Producer’s Favorites: Rescuing History Television news producer Karen Loke has worked at Texas Parks and Wildlife for 24 years. In 1998 she spent 10 days on the J.A. Ranch in the Texas Panhandle documenting the capture and relocation of the last of the Southern Plains Bison herd. PBS Stations Amarillo, KACV-TV, Channel 2, Thursday 7:30 p.m. Austin, KLRU-TV, Channel 18, Sunday 10 a.m.; Thursday 5:00 a.m. KLRU-Q, Channel 18-3, Thursday, 6:30 p.m.; Saturday, 8 a.m. Bryan-College Station, KAMU-TV, Channel 15, Thursday 7:30 p.m.; Saturday 6:30 p.m.; 4:00 p.m. Sunday Corpus Christi, KEDT-TV, Channel 16, Sunday 12 p.m. (Returning Late March or April, 2016) Dallas-Fort Worth, KERA-TV, Channel 13, (October Through April Only) Saturday 2:00 p.m. Also serving Abilene, Denton, Longview, Marshall, San Angelo, Texarkana, Tyler, Wichita Falls and Sherman. El Paso, KCOS-TV, Channel 13, Saturday 4:30 p.m. Houston, KUHT-TV, Channel 8, Saturday 3 p.m.; KUHT Create, M-F 6 p.m. Also serving Beaumont, Port Arthur, Galveston, Texas City and Victoria. Killeen, KNCT-TV, Channel 46, Sunday 5 p.m. Also serving Temple, Waco. Lubbock, KTTZ-TV, Channel 5, Saturday 10 a.m. Odessa-Midland, KPBT-TV, Channel 36, Saturday 4:30 p.m. Oklahoma Educational TV Authority, OETA, OKLA Channel, Sunday 2:30 a.m. and 9:30 a.m.; Friday 3:30 p.m.; Saturday 11:30 a.m. San Antonio and Laredo, KLRN-TV, Channel 9, Sunday 11 a.m, Thursday 11:30 a.m. Nashville, Tennessee, NPT2-TV, Channel 8.2, Saturday 9:30 a.m. Watch on Cable Texas Parks & Wildlife can also be seen on a variety of government, educational and access cable channels in the following communities. Check your local listings for days and times: Abilene; Alamo Colleges-San Antonio; Alice; Allen; Arlington; Atlanta-KAQC; Baytown; Big Spring; Boerne; Brownsville; Cedar Park; Colleyville; Coppell; Corpus Christi; Crockett-KIVY; Dallas; Deer Park; Del Mar College-Corpus Christi; Denton; El Paso; Euless; Flower Mound; Fort Stockton; Fort Worth ISD-EdTV; Fort Worth; Frisco; Garland; Haltom City; Highland Village; Houston Community College; Houston; Irving; Keller; Killeen; Lubbock; Lufkin; McKinney; Mesquite; Midland; Nacogdoches ISD; Nassau Bay; North Richland Hills; Ocean TV 20, Toms River, NJ; Pasadena; Rogers State University; Round Rock; San Antonio College; Seabrook; Stephen F. Austin U.; Sugar Land; Temple; Texarkana College; The Colony; Trophy Club; Tyler; Victoria; Waco
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