Gulf Coast Partners

We are grateful to our Gulf Coast partners, which work hand-in-hand with us to bring back the beach-nesting birds of the Gulf of Mexico.

Gulf Coast team in Ft. Desoto. Photo by Kacy Ray

St Petersburg Audubon Society (SPAS), American Bird Conservancy (ABC), and Eckerd College at Ft DeSoto park in Pinellas County, Florida with an interpretive sign. Pictured left to right, Dave Kandz (SPAS), Judy Hopkins (SPAS), Kacy Ray (ABC), Saskia Janes (SPAS), and Elizabeth Forys (Eckerd)

An Army for Gulf Coast Birds

The phrase “it takes an army” has special meaning for us. We live it! ABC and our partners collaborate across the Gulf Coast to deploy strategies that protect the birds and the habitats they need.

Audubon LouisianaAudubon Louisiana/National Audubon Society
U.S. Fish and WildlifeBon Secour National Wildlife Refuge
 Coastal Bend Bays and Estuaries ProgramCoastal Bend Bays and Estuaries Program
 Eckerd CollegeEckerd College, St. Petersburg, Florida
 Galveston Island Board of TrusteesGalveston Park Board of Trustees
 Gulf Coast Bird ObservatoryGulf Coast Bird Observatory
 Houston AudubonHouston Audubon
U.S. Fish and WildlifeU.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s Alabama Ecological Field Services
U.S. Fish and WildlifeU.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s Coastal Program Texas
U.S. Fish and WildlifeU.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s Natural Resource Damage Assessment and Restoration Field Office

 

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Gulf Coast Partners: ABC collaborators, Gulf Coast Bird Observatory (GCBO) and Audubon Texas in Galveston Bay posting signs for nesting birds. Pictured left to right: Felipe Chavez (GCBO), Amanda Hackney (Audubon), Susan Heath (GCBO), and Edgar Lopez, student.

ABC collaborators, Gulf Coast Bird Observatory (GCBO) and Audubon Texas in Galveston Bay posting signs for nesting birds. Pictured left to right: Felipe Chavez (GCBO), Amanda Hackney (Audubon), Susan Heath (GCBO), and Edgar Lopez (student)

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