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Made in Texas/Texas Parks and Wildlife - Trans-Pecos, Paddlefish, Comal Springs, and Historic Gruene (1990)
Texas Forestry Museum
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    Trans-Pecos Region
    Dr. Richard Hilsenbeck, associate professor of biology at Sul Ross University
    B.L. Turner, director of the University of Texas Herbarium in Austin
    Dr. Barton Warnock at the Davis Mountains 
    Second Chapter: The Naturalist Journal, featuring the paddlefish
    San Marcos Fish Hatchery
    Angelina River and Neches River
    Ronnie Pitman, paddlefish coordinator for the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department
    Fisheries District Supervisor  Paul Seidensticker
    Third Chapter: A Texas Treasure at the Comal Springs of the Edward Aquifer in New Braunfels
    Randy Moss, Resource Protection Division
    Larry McKinney, Resource Protection Division director, speaks in June 1990 about San Antonio
    Thomas M. Brandt, PhD, of the US Fish and Wildlife Department
    Fourth Chapter: Experience Texas, featuring Gruene and New Braunfels
    Singer/songwriter Rusty Wier plays at Gruene Hall