Outdoors 2008
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Roland Martin

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  • The absolute best way to enjoy a good day on the water or afield is to hydrate often during August and September. Here Roland Martin downs a cold bottle of water after a day of fishing on Sabine Lake.
  • 8/14/2008
  • Album ID: 574314
  • Photos by Copy Desk

Drought and Wildlife

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  • An armadillo scours for food as it's baby plays at the Smith Oaks Sanctuary in High Island recently. Biologists say that wildlife and plants are becoming vulnerable as drought conditions slowly creep across the region.
  • 8/12/2008
  • Album ID: 572847
  • Photos by Tammy McKinley

On Gulf Terrace Hike-Bike Trail

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  • Catina Harmon, of Beaumont, gets in a morning work out at Gulf Terrace Hike-Bike Trail on Saturday, August 9, 2008.
  • 8/11/2008
  • Album ID: 572046
  • Photos by Valentino Mauricio

Austin Dishman Prepares For Storm

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  • Beaumont fisherman Austin Dishman prepares to move his boat out of a sling at the Sabine Pass marina on Monday. A possible high tide and whipping winds were enough to convince many boaters to move their rigs inland until after Tropical Storm Edouard moved through.
  • 8/7/2008
  • Album ID: 570201
  • Photos by Copy Desk

Mullet Fishing

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  • Mullet are a main forage fish for both trout and reds, and one of the best times to fish them is during the hot summer months along the Sabine jetties with either a slip cork or by free lining.
  • 8/7/2008
  • Album ID: 570181
  • Photos by Copy Desk

Shangri La's Wild Wednesday

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  • Cameron Dischler, 4, clutches a teddy bear while reaching out to pet a snake during Shangri La's Wild Wednesday event. Jason Guidry, 5, watches on.
  • 7/31/2008
  • Album ID: 567070
  • Photos by Guiseppe Barranco

Floundering in Anahuac

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  • One of the best floundering spots in Southeast Texas is along the south shoreline of Anahuac National Wildlife Refuge, located south of Winnie. Itís a good place to launch a small boat. You can also wade or fish from the bank.
  • 7/31/2008
  • Album ID: 566206
  • Photos by Copy Desk

Dolly Helps Gulf Dead Zone

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  • Originally believed to be the largest dead zone on record, this summer's low oxygenated mass of water in the Gulf of Mexico has been down graded to second with an estimated area the size of Massachusetts.
  • 7/30/2008
  • Album ID: 565555
  • Photos by Guiseppe Barranco

Mosquito Control

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  • Johnny Stewart, an Operator with Jefferson County Texas Mosquito Control, pulls up to another curbside sewer drain near Thomas Glen and Thomas Road. In his rounds, each sewer cover, and curbside drain on a street, is sprayed with chemicals from the back of his truck using a wand that he puts into the opening.
  • 7/29/2008
  • Album ID: 565547
  • Photos by Dave Ryan

Lake Tejas

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  • Emily Smith,13, of Jasper exits the 'Wet Willie' slide into Lake Tejas on Tuesday, July 22, 2008.
  • 7/28/2008
  • Album ID: 564269
  • Photos by Guiseppe Barranco
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