Outdoors 2008
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Effects of Ike on Taylor Bayou Improve

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  • Taylor Bayou as seen from a dock at Pine Tree Lodge restaurant in LaBelle. With clean up in the area, Taylor Bayou is beginning to show signs of improvement.
  • 11/21/2008
  • Album ID: 641142
  • Photos by Valentino Mauricio

Shangri La Recovering From Hurricane

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  • James Abott restores the water proofing to a Shangri La fountain on Tuesday, November 18, 2008.
  • 11/19/2008
  • Album ID: 639695
  • Photos by Guiseppe Barranco

Big Thicket Acquisition

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  • Ten Mile Bayou is part of The Conservation Fund's recently launched Piney Woods Wetlands Mitigation Bank, a project to protect and enhance a 60-mile expanse of wetlands and bank property along the Neches river. Tuesday. November 18, 2008.
  • 11/19/2008
  • Album ID: 639685
  • Photos by Valentino Mauricio

Experts Collect Big Thicket Species

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  • Paul Roling, a professional photographer, uses a magnifying glass to look closely at a species of moss to see if he can identify it. Roling and Dale Kruse, Curator of the S. M. Tracy Herbarium at Texas A&M University, were looking for fungus and mold species not seen yet in the Lance Rosier Unit of the Big Thicket. They were in the Thicket on a two day visit last week, looking not only for recently unseen species, but also previously unknown species of moss, liverworts, and lichens as well.
  • 11/18/2008
  • Album ID: 638812
  • Photos by Dave Ryan

Bicycle Enthusiasts

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  • Cyclists ride along the shoulder on Highway 105 in Beaumont, Saturday November 15.
  • 11/17/2008
  • Album ID: 638043
  • Photos by Tammy McKinley

McFaddin Beach

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  • Dean Bossert stands next to a section of Texas 87 near McFaddin Beach that was washed out by Hurricane Ike. Before the storm the road was regularly used by beach goers. Thursday, November 13, 2008
  • 11/16/2008
  • Album ID: 637544
  • Photos by Guiseppe Barranco

Marsh Fires

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  • From the Veteran's Memorial Bridge, a marsh fire can be seen burning near Bridge City on Monday, November 3, 2008.
  • 11/4/2008
  • Album ID: 629085
  • Photos by Valentino Mauricio

TPWD Deer Count

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  • Texas Parks and Wildlife Department officers, Keith Aguilland and Bob Baker search for deer deep in the woods in Hardin County, Tuesday.
  • 10/30/2008
  • Album ID: 625759
  • Photos by Tammy McKinley

Rescued Reptiles Return to Wild

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  • Gary Saurage, right, owner of Gator Country Adventure Park in Beaumont, right, with help from Texas Parks and Wildlife worker Jacob Vidrine, left, hauls another alligator from his pond. In a combined effort with Texas Parks and Wildlife, Gator Country helped rescue 31 alligators after Hurricane Ike, and kept them in one of their ponds till the alligators had overcome any effects from the salt water intrusion. On Monday, 25 of them were being trapped and given back to Parks and Wildlife to be released in the Hildebrandt Bayou area. Dave Ryan/The Enterprise
  • 10/7/2008
  • Album ID: 609496
  • Photos by Dave Ryan

Short Alligator Season

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  • Hurricane Ike made this year's short alligator hunting season even shorter.
  • 10/4/2008
  • Album ID: 607381
  • Photos by Guiseppe Barranco
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