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Under the Texas Sky
17 minutes | 3 days ago
Wanderlist – Fall Color Parks
Every fall the days get shorter and the leaves turn a magnificent bouquet of rich colors on trees all across the state. Join us as we discuss the beauty of fall colors in our state parks.
24 minutes | 10 days ago
Game Warden Ride-a-long with Kegan Gould
Protecting the natural resources of Texas is an important function of conservation. That's the daily charge of Texas Game Wardens and why we have laws on hunting, fishing, and boating in our state. On the podcast, we'll ride along with Texas Game Warden Kegan Gould as he patrols Llano County during the opening weekend of White-tailed Deer season for rifle hunters.
12 minutes | 17 days ago
Wanderlist – Parks with Native American Ties
November is National Native American Heritage Month. On the podcast, we'll speak with Texas Parks and Wildlife’s Regional Interpretive Specialist Cassie Cox, and Archeology Lab Director Aina Dodge, to learn how Native American heritage is being recognized and preserved in Texas State Parks.
14 minutes | 24 days ago
Going camping is like being in a giant playground where kids and adults can explore, share experiences and learn about the natural world; it's especially fun in a Texas State Park. On the podcast we'll visit with two families who have made state park camping a tradition together, and are building memories and educating their children about the wonders of nature in the Texas Hill Country.
20 minutes | a month ago
Wanderlist – Hiking With Dogs
There are some great places to hike in Texas, and they are even greater when you take your most loyal friend. On the podcast, we'll visit with Melissa Gaskill, author of “Best Hikes with Dogs: Texas Hill Country and Coast.” We'll also reveal some of our listener's favorite hiking spots, under the Texas sky.
17 minutes | a month ago
Tony Smith: Paddleboard Passion
Gliding on top of the water in a canoe, kayak or on a paddle board...a person can get close to nature in a way that's just not possible on dry land. On the podcast, meet a man whose passion for paddling changed the course of his life while also making time on the water more enjoyable for others.
16 minutes | a month ago
Wanderlist – Mysterious Places
When things go bump, or boo, in the night, are you sure you're not in a haunted or strange place? On the Wanderlist, we'll take you on a tour of some of more mysterious and haunted places found in Texas.
26 minutes | 2 months ago
The Girl Who Loves Parks
On this podcast meet Erin Freiboth. She helps to promote Texas State Parks; once you hear the podcast you'll understand why she's a perfect fit for the job. We doubt you can get through the podcast without smiling or planning a park visit.
11 minutes | 2 months ago
Great Parks for Kids
Kids love the outdoors and there’s no better adventure for them than a Texas State Park. On this episode of Under The Texas Sky’s Wanderlist, we’ll tell you about great state parks for kids and family memories that will last a lifetime.
27 minutes | 2 months ago
Texas is known as the cowboy capital of the world, and there is a rich history of songs about cowboys and cowboy culture, and poetry as well. And we get a taste of both on the podcast.
21 minutes | 2 months ago
Wanderlist: Surprising Geology
Texas has a lot of incredible geology and many natural wonders. On this edition of the Wanderlist, we'll discuss what and where some of these iconic geological oddities exist, plus share some of your Instagram entries for the strangest formations in the state.
23 minutes | 3 months ago
The Texas State Parks Ambassador Program connects conservation-minded young adults with recreation and volunteer opportunities to foster a new generation of state park stewards. All you need is leadership or volunteer experience and a love for our state parks. Learn more on the podcast.
19 minutes | 3 months ago
Wanderlist – Future State Parks
There’s a lot of steps to becoming a State Park. In this edition of Under the Texas Sky's Wanderlist, producer Randall Maxwell and TPW Magazine Editor, Louie Bond, discuss future State Parks currently in development. We’ll also visit with biologist and Natural Resources Coordinator for State Parks Andy Sipocz about an up and coming State Natural Area just outside of Houston.
11 minutes | 3 months ago
Hope for the Horned Lizard
The Horned Lizard is an iconic species in Texas. Referred to as a "horny toad", the state reptile has been in decline. But in this podcast, guest producer, Tom Harvey, says there's hope they'll make a comeback thanks to ongoing restoration efforts.
15 minutes | 3 months ago
Wanderlist: Scenic Drives
There are a lot of beautiful highways to travel in the Lone Star State. From the Texas Panhandle to the Pineywoods, and all places in between, you are sure to see a diversity of landscapes. On this Under The Texas Sky's Wanderlist, we will share some of the most scenic drives you can travel in Texas. Listen to our latest podcast. Link in bio.
24 minutes | 4 months ago
Dutch Oven Cooking
The Dutch Oven is the go-to tool for cooking over an open fire, especially at Texas State Parks. In this podcast Cecilia Nasti and Randall Maxwell introduce you to Cowboy Cook, Tim Spice, as he teaches members of Les Dames d'Escoffier--women in the culinary industry-- about going Dutch.
21 minutes | 4 months ago
Wanderlist: Literary Texas
On Wanderlist, Cecilia Nasti and Louie Bond discuss towns that celebrate their native sons and daughters of the written word. Then, Louie takes us to Kyle, Texas to visit the childhood home of the author Katherine Anne Porter, who wrote the highly acclaimed novel, Ship of Fools.
11 minutes | 4 months ago
The Life of a Park Ranger
At Texas State Parks you’ll find adventure and interesting folks—like park staff that keep the places humming. On the podcast, producer Abe Moore takes us to South Llano River State Park, where we meet a fascinating man who not only works at the park, but lives there, too.
21 minutes | 4 months ago
Wanderlist - Movie Sets in Texas
Texas has been the stage for many epic movies over the years. On this Wanderlist, we’ll discuss films that put Texas on the silver screen. From wide landscapes to small towns, it’s lights, camera, action in the Lone Star State.
17 minutes | 4 months ago
The Art of Nature: Bill Oliver
Austin singer/songwriter Bill Oliver, better known in music and environmental circles as Mr. Habitat, writes and performs songs with messages of environmental stewardship for all who will listen. We highlight Bill's life and work in our occasional feature, The Art of Nature.
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