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The San Jacinto Monument Cam is now live! Get 24-hour views from 540 feet high at the site where Texas won its independence from Mexico. 
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Now good America we got ineperdence from mexico but now we have so many aliens in Texas I am so unhappy
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Want to help out some pollinators? A "Bee Condo" will attract non-aggressive, native bees. These solitary bees don't swarm to defend their hives. Check it out:
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New paddling trails on board! Check out places to paddle around Texas at http://bit.ly/PaddleOnTx 
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Good news for Texas bats: recent surveys found no evidence of white-nose syndrome, a devastating fungal disease that has killed more than 6 million bats across eastern North America. Details at http://bit.ly/HealthyBats
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Saturday June 7 is Free Fishing Day! You can fish without a license on Texas public waters. Find places to fish at http://bit.ly/TxFishing. Bag and size limits still apply: http://bit.ly/TxFishingRegs2014. Happy fishing!
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Free Fishing Day is part of the National Fishing & Boating week celebration http://takemefishing.org/nfbw/
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Join us for National Trails Day this Saturday, June 7. Find a trail near you, guided hikes and wheelchair-accessible trails at http://bit.ly/HitTheTrails
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Added this to our Austin Events Calendar! Hope it's a lovely and successful day for everyone who participates. -Brittany 
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Texas Game Wardens made 58 boating under the influence arrests over the July 4th weekend:
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Sea Rim State Park on the upper Texas coast celebrates its grand reopening. Hammered by Hurricanes Rita and Ike, the park has a new boardwalk, full-service campsites and 6-person cabin overlooking the marsh. Details at http://bit.ly/SeaRimReopening
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Since Saturday, Texas Game Wardens have assisted with the recovery of 4 drowning victims. Please wear your life jacket and be safe while enjoying the water. More tips at http://bit.ly/TPWDWaterSafety
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Celebrate July 4th at the very site where Texas declared its independence in 1836: Washington-on-the-Brazos State Historic Site, between Brenham and Navasota. The day-long celebration features a free music concert and fireworks. Details at http://bit.ly/4thAtTheBrazos
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Presenting our NEW camping license plate! Proceeds benefit Texas State Parks. Be the first to sport one on your vehicle, motorcycle or trailer. Here’s how to order: http://conservationplate.org/
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Survivors of tragic boating accidents share their stories in a new video that will be shown in driver education classes. Since May 9, at least 24 people have lost their lives on Texas waters in boating or swimming accidents. 
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We'll help connect you with the great Texas outdoors for hunting, fishing, camping, hiking, biking, birdwatching, nature photography and much more.Visit the Texas Parks and Wildlife website