Get ready for the great outdoors! Listen in to explore nature, wildlife and the best of life outside. Pick up pro tips for camping, cooking and more. Host Cecilia Nasti takes you along as both outdoor experts and everyday people reveal why life’s better outside, Under the Texas Sky.
On the Podcast, producer Randall Maxwell talks with Tiffany Osburn President of Hill Country Land Trust, as well as Texas Parks and Wildlife's Chris Abernathy, Program Coordinator for the Texas Farm and Ranch Lands Conservation Program. Both Tiffany and Chris help landowners and conservationists alike to protect some of the most treasured and historic landscapes in Texas.
Wanderlist: Places it might just snow
There’s one thing a lot of Texans actually love to see this time of year, but it’s pretty rare in some parts of the state. Can you guess what it is? Snow, of course.
On the final Wanderlist of the season, we discuss places in Texas it might just snow. We’ll also share some of our listener's snow sightings from across the state.
Texas Stream Team
The Texas Stream Team is a group of trained citizen scientists who collect and sample water quality all over the state. Often, they are the ones who sound the alarm to state agencies charged with protecting our water resources. On the podcast we'll learn about a unique group of first responders who are taking their passion for water to a scientific level.
On the podcast we talk with Melissa Alderson who is the Conservation Education Manager at Texas Parks and Wildlife. We’ll learn why she's so passionate about water, and she'll also share with us common sense tips on saving water and why it's so important – and not just for our future, but also for the future of wildlife.
Wanderlist – Holidays in the Parks
The holidays are upon us and it's time to be festive in the outdoors. On the podcast, we'll speak with State Parks marketing and branding director Thomas Wilhelm. He’ll share what opportunities Texas State Parks have to offer you this holiday season.
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.
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