Tag: Lake Jackson

GCBO’s Native Plant Nursery

The Growery. We had quite a setback from Harvey and the 2 hard freezes, but the surviving plants have now revealed themselves, and we have sorted through most of them and put them on display. Emma Shelly has made us some new signs for the most-common offerings. We have also planted many seeds over the winter, and have MANY new plants coming up.   Workdays have been started again… Read more »

GCBOs News

Spring Fling and the Art Auction! Spring Fling is here and we couldn’t be more excited!   Quintana Sanctuaries is in full bloom and already being visited by travel-weary birds. Stop by from April 7th to May 6th anytime from 9 am – 4 pm daily to wander the beautiful grounds and see what migrants have set up camp at the Sanctuaries.   Quintana… Read more »

GCBO’s Bird of the Month

The Mountain Chickadee (Poecile gambeli) is a common year round resident in the mountains of West Texas (predominantly the Guadalupe and Davis Mountains) where they live in coniferous forest. There are occasional records for this species in lower elevations, including the desert scrub of the Trans-Pecos regions, predominantly during the winter as well as a few records in the western Panhandle.   The Mountain… Read more »

Brew in the Bayou Coming Up Soon.. and then The Spring Fling… and you can adopt an Oystercatcher Pair!

Brew on the Bayou is less than 2 weeks away! After the set-back that was Harvey we are so excited to finally host our 20th Anniversary event on Saturday March 10th from 4 – 8 pm.   We are finalizing event details and organizing a host of volunteers to help run Brew – and the more we talk about it the more we realize… Read more »

Gulf Coast Bird Observatory Bird of the Month

Please enjoy a very subtly beautiful bird of the month and remember – our 20th Anniversary celebration, Brew on the Bayou, is coming up in March! We hope to see you there! To download high resolution versions of this month’s photo, click HERE To support us and our work to protect the birds and their habitats around the Gulf and beyond, please consider making… Read more »