The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department (TPWD) graduated the 61st Texas game warden and state park police officer cadet class Aug. 1 at the Texas State Capitol. The class included 34 game wardens and seven state park police officers.
Every month, officials from the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department share with the media some of their more compelling law enforcement reports. Let's take a look at what state Game Wardens have been experiencing in the field.
Every month, the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department sends out a rundown of some of the more interesting, and sometimes bizarre stories from game wardens across the state. Here's the latest from January.
It's been abnormally dry over the past two months across the Lone Star State, however, the fact that we had a wet Spring statewide meant great vegetation for deer and this deer season hunters should be reaping the benefits.
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