Episode 10: Roy Seiders

Podcast Episode 10: Roy Seiders

This month, we’re catching up with Roy Seiders, the co-founder and chair of YETI. Roy and his family are passionate about hunting, fishing and the outdoors, and it has inspired their business success and their family life.

Listen in to this month’s podcast and conversation with Roy Seiders.

Episode 9: Earl Nottingham

Podcast Episode 9: Earl Nottingham

The Texas Parks and Wildlife magazine is celebrating its 75th anniversary this year, making it the oldest continuously published magazine in Texas. Each month subscribers look forward to the spectacular photography that brings its pages to life. This month we interviewed Earl Nottingham to find out what it takes to be the chief photographer for Texas Parks and Wildlife.

Episode 8: Laura Bush

Podcast Episode 8: Laura Bush

This month, we’re celebrating all the things we love about Texas……including former First Lady Laura Bush! Mrs. Bush spends a lot of time and energy for the love of Texas. She is passionate about parks and natural resource conservation. Listen in to this month’s podcast and conversation with Mrs. Bush to hear what inspires her efforts.

Episode 7: Carter Smith

The Texas Legislature gets underway this month, and that’s on the mind of Carter Smith, executive director for the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department. Listen in to this month’s podcast and find out what the legislative priorities are for TPWD, among other topics.

Episode 6: Fred Bryant

TPWF Podcast Episode 6 Fred Bryant

Dr. Fred Bryant is one of the top wildlife experts in Texas. He leads the Caesar Kleberg Wildlife Research Institute in Kingsville, and students there have done groundbreaking research on Texas wildlife and habitat. Listen in on a conversation with Dr. Fred Bryant and find out more about how the research his students are doing is impacting Texas wildlife.

Episode 5: Grahame Jones

TPWF Podcast Episode 5 Grahame Jones

Listen in on the Texas Parks and Wildlife Podcast for the latest on efforts to conserve the wild things and wild places in Texas.

More than 500 Texas Game Wardens are on the front lines of conservation across the state. They enforce hunting and fishing laws, do search and rescue missions in times of natural disasters, and so much more. Tune in to a conversation with Texas Game Warden Grahame Jones, who heads the special operations team in the Law Enforcement Division at Texas Parks and Wildlife Department.

Episode 4: Jon Hayes

TPWF Podcast Episode 4: Jon Hayes

Listen in on the Texas Parks and Wildlife Podcast for the latest on efforts to conserve the wild things and wild places in Texas.

More than 95% of the grasslands in the United States are gone and conservation efforts across the country are helping to restore pieces of this vital wildlife habitat. Listen in on a conversation with biologist Jon Hayes, who will explain how conservation efforts including prescribed burns and re-seeding native prairies are benefiting species from quail to butterflies.

Episode 3: Shaun Oldenburger

TPWF Podcast Episode 3 Shaun Oldenburger

Listen in on the Texas Parks and Wildlife Podcast for the latest on efforts to conserve the wild things and wild places in Texas.

Tune in for a conversation with Shaun Oldenburger, the lead dove biologist for the state of Texas. He’ll share information about why we’re looking at the longest dove season in 80 years….what the hunting season forecast looks like, and more.

Episode 2: Tim Birdsong

Tim Birdsong

This episode features a conversation with fisheries biologist Tim Birdsong about the Conserving Texas Rivers initiative. Tune in and find out how scientists, landowners, paddlers and anglers are teaming up to keep Texas rivers wild.

Episode 1: Carter Smith

Texas Parks and Wildlife Podcast #1- Carter Smith

Listen in on the Texas Parks and Wildlife Podcast for the latest on efforts to conserve the wild things and wild places in Texas. Our first interview is with Carter Smith, executive director of the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department. Tune in and hear what’s on the mind of one of the state’s top conservation leaders.