Pocket Prairies, Catching Carp; Meet the Greeter | TPW Television

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Air Dates — Program 2510. December 18–24, 2016, and June 18–24, 2017

Follow along as some Houston area school kids discover the value of native prairies. Once maligned, carp have emerged as a much sought after sport fish, especially among European visitors. Wildlife Biologist Steve Nelle helps landowners answer conservation questions here:


Pocket Prairies, Catching Carp & Meet the Greeter Urban Pocket Prairies

Urban Pocket Prairies

Urbanization has reduced the once 600,000 acre Katy Prairie near Houston, Texas to just 200,000 acres affecting many species of wildlife. Now the Katy Prairie Conservancy has partnered with nearly a dozen schools to create pocket prairies. These small urban prairies are helping wildlife as well as children to become healthier, happier and smarter.

The International Pursuit

The once-maligned carp is emerging as a sought-after sport fish, and anglers are coming to Texas from around the world just to catch them. Tag along as we hit the Texas carp hotspots, Lady Bird Lake in Austin, and Lake Fork near Dallas. Yes, the same Lake Fork that’s known for monster bass is now famous for its monster carp as well.

Lone Star Land Stewards: Steve Nelle

Can you sustain a healthy native ecosystem on a cattle ranch? How can land recover after a devastating flood? Wildlife Biologist Steve Nelle helps landowners answer these questions, working with them to maximize the health of their land.

Parks & Wildlife People: Paul Israel

If you visit Texas Parks & Wildlife Headquarters in Austin, Texas, you might be greeted by Paul Israel, who won’t let you leave without a smile.

Postcard From Texas

Enjoy an early morning at Huntsville State Park.

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