Texas Wild


If you enjoy PBS Nature, you'll love Texas Wild. Filmed and narrated by West Texas A&M University Professor Dr. Ray Matlack and graduate assistant Jessie Story, Texas Wild gets you up-close and personal with creatures such as the bull snake, centipede and golden-fronted woodpecker while exploring the wilderness of Texas.

JUMPING SPIDERS

JUMPING SPIDERS

Jumping spiders are diverse with over 500 species and are, of course, great jumpers.

PUPFISH

PUPFISH

The endangered Pupfish live in the flowing springs of Texas.

FREE TAILED BAT

FREE TAILED BAT

The Mexican Free Tailed Flying Bat is the official flying mammal of Texas.

9 Banded Armadillo

9 Banded Armadillo

9 Banded Armadillos are the official small mammal of Texas.

Black Tailed Prairie Dog

Black Tailed Prairie Dog

Black Tailed Prairie Dogs are large, chunky ground-dwelling squirrels.

Houston Toad

Houston Toad

Houston Toads are endangered and can only be found in Southeast and Southwestern Texas.

Texas Wild: Bull Snake

Texas Wild: Bull Snake

Texas Wild explores the Bull Snake.

Texas Wild: Cliff Swallows

Texas Wild: Cliff Swallows

Texas Wild looks at the Cliff Swallow.

Texas Wild: Centipede

Texas Wild: Centipede

Texas Wild gets you up close and personal with the centipede.

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Resources:

Texas Wild Facebook Page

Texas Wild Blog

 

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