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Texas Parks and Wildlife shared Randy Woodruff's photo. A winter treat for wildlife, Deciduous holly adds a bit of cheer to Meridian State Park north of Waco. But don't eat the berries - they're toxic to humans

It's trout time! This trout just caught from the beautiful Guadalupe River.

Texas Parks and Wildlife Are you noticing lots of butterflies? We're seeing plenty enjoying the frostweed near our headquarters in Austin. — Fall Butterflies

Texas Parks and Wildlife shared Jason Merlo's photo. Wish you were here? Honey Creek State Natural Area is adjacent to Guadalupe River State Park - Texas Parks & Wildlife near San Antonio.

Texas Parks and Wildlife‎ shared ‎Texas Parks and Wildlife - Lockhart State Park‎'s ‎photo‎. A mother scorpion with babies on her back checks in to Lockhart State Park:

Texas Parks and Wildlife shared Texas Parks and Wildlife Inland Fisheries - San Antonio & Southwest TX's photo. Feral hogs were here. Look at the damage they caused Tuesday night at our Inland Fisheries office in San Antonio.


On the western edge of Texas Hill Country sits one of the state's deepest bat caves, the Devil's Sinkhole. It's located at the junction of State Highway 55 and US Highway 377 in Rock Springs. www.tpwd.state.tx...

Texas Parks and Wildlife shared Texas Parks & Wildlife Magazine's photo. Big Bend Ranch State Park is exploding with color thanks to recent rains. This is an ideal time to visit one of Texas' last wild places. Park info at www.tpwd.state.tx... — at Texas Parks and Wildlife - Big Bend Ranch State Park - Sauceda.

Texas Hill Country This abandoned Fredericksburg & San Antonio railroad tunnel is now home to a large colony of bats. Have you been here? Did you see the bats or the largest array of rural mailboxes in the world just up the road? How bout the ghost town!

  • Robert Webb
    Robert Webb

    The best Hamburger in Texas at the Alamo Springs Café 200 yards from the tunnel!

  • Michelle Barnet
    Michelle Barnet

    Been there! Very scary.

Texas Parks and Wildlife shared Texas Parks and Wildlife - Monahans Sandhills State Park's photo. The boss is checking in! A roadrunner at Monahans Sandhills State Park in west Texas.

Nothing like a trip to Wildseed Farms in Fredericksburg to see late blooming flowers, hummingbirds and butterflys!

Texas Parks and Wildlife A relative of the piranha, this 7.95 lb pacu was caught in the Concho River of San Angelo. This exotic fish was probably dumped from an aquarium.That's not only harmful to native fish, it's also against the law.

Texas Parks and Wildlife Roam with the bison this weekend in their historic home at Caprock Canyons State Park in the Panhandle.

Texas Parks and Wildlife shared Dianne Bernier's photo. Have you ever seen a Crested Caracara? Texas is one of the few states where you'll find this raptor. Caracaras sometimes bully vultures into vomiting to steal their prey

Texas Parks and Wildlife shared Texas Parks and Wildlife - Lake Somerville Birch Creek State Park's photo. Do you recognize this little guy? Some might say it's a bit cuter than the adult version. It was spotted recently at Lake Somerville State Park near Brenham.

Texas Parks and Wildlife shared Bobby Jones's photo. Can you see the pollen baskets on this bumblebee's legs? Only females collect pollen, which they carry back to their colonies. More at Texas Bumblebees. This photo snapped at Texas Parks and Wildlife - San Jacinto Battleground/Battleship TEXAS SHS near Houston.

Texas Parks and Wildlife shared Texas Parks and Wildlife - Franklin Mountains State Park's photo. Check out this colorful Rainbow Grasshopper, found in the western US.

Texas Parks and Wildlife shared Tomi Rogers Newhouse's photo. What do you call a group of hummingbirds? They're migrating through Texas and our fans have been reporting their sightings

Texas Parks and Wildlife Tarpon season is hot this year! This catch-and-release is from the Mansfield jetties. Our Tarpon Observation Network has 14 new sightings including one over 6’ in Espiritu Santo Bay

Texas Parks and Wildlife shared Darrell Cochran's photo. Have you ever seen a bobcat in the wild? This one spotted in south Texas

Texas Parks and Wildlife shared Sharon Curcio Grimes's photo. This looks like a Bumblebee but it's actually a Belzebul's Bee-eater, a species of Robber fly that preys on other insects.

Texas Parks and Wildlife shared Texas Wildlife Diversity Program - Texas Parks and Wildlife Dept's photo. Do you know what this is? Fall is a good time to search for these without creating a disturbance. We'll post the answer shortly.

Texas Hill Country shared Graham Winchester's photo.

Texas Parks and Wildlife Do you notice wildlife when it's raining? This Yellow-crowned Night Heron gets wet at Texas Parks and Wildlife - Brazos Bend State Park near Houston. Photo by Lynn David Cole