New Film Available to Stream — Texas Wildlife: Our Future

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New Film Premieres on Texas PBS Stations Jan. 31


A new Texas PBS film, TEXAS WILDLIFE: OUR FUTURE
brings attention to important work being done across the state to protect delicate wildlife habitats, threatened animal species, as well as showcase the wonder and splendor of the Texas outdoors.

Produced by award-winning Director Ben Masters of Fin & Fur Films, this visually stunning combination of short films showcases what makes Texas unique — its diverse landscapes and remarkable wildlife that cannot be found anywhere else in the world.

The 60-minute film funded by H-E-B tells compelling stories about Texans working to preserve habitats for bats, black bears, ocelots, and redfish. Told through the eyes of wildlife experts and the nonprofit agencies that support this research, each story follows the ever-changing relationship with the natural world and showcases our ability to destroy, conserve, and recover wildlife and the habitat we mutually depend on.

All Texas PBS stations broadcast the film January 31. It is now available to stream at the PBS web site and video app. 

<<View a sneak peak.