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An interview with Charles Angell, owner of Angell Expeditions, on the Big Bend: how he got here, the rivers, the birds, geology, archaeology, rock art, movies, and much more. Recorded at the Hoodoos in Big Bend Ranch State Park and at Fort Leaton, just outside Presidio, Texas.

Charles Angell in Closed Canyon
(Big Bend Ranch State Park)

Casa Piedra Road

Rio Grande Crossing at Lajitas

Big Bend Ranch State Park,
Some Geological Formations

Indian Head Rock Art Site, Terlingua

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"I just love to be in the river. It's like the best seat in the house for the Big Bend, I think. You can see canyon walls. You see desert. You see riparian zones. There's more wildlife there than anywhere else, and even if it's a really, really hot summer day, you can stay cool."

— Charles Angell