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Sid Steffens

Steffens

Sid is the marine biologist for the Seagull II. He also runs Island Carriages and teaches classes at Texas A & M University at Galveston and Lamar University. His career has included serving as a curator at Galveston’s Sea Arama Marine World, a member of the Galveston Island Beach Patrol, and a volunteer river diver in the San Antonio area.

Upcoming Events

April 2017
April 7 @ 12:00 pm - 4:30 pm

North Deer Island has 1.7 miles of protected shoreline which supports nesting habitat for the threatened Reddish Egret and 16 other bird species. This rookery is located in Galveston Bay between Tiki Island and West Galveston. There are over 12,000 nesting pairs of birds on North Deer Island and the small surrounding islands. Of that total, approximately 40% of all the Brown Pelicans on the Texas coast nest there. The second part of this trip is into Offatts Bayou which…

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April 8 @ 8:45 am - 10:15 am

Our first FledglingFest event of the day will be by boat! Board the Seagull II to explore the waters of the Galveston Harbor and Bay searching for dolphins and birds. What could be more fun?

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April 8 @ 12:00 pm - 4:30 pm

North Deer Island has 1.7 miles of protected shoreline which supports nesting habitat for the threatened Reddish Egret and 16 other bird species. This rookery is located in Galveston Bay between Tiki Island and West Galveston. There are over 12,000 nesting pairs of birds on North Deer Island and the small surrounding islands. Of that total, approximately 40% of all the Brown Pelicans on the Texas coast nest there. The second part of this trip is into Offatts Bayou which…

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April 9 @ 7:30 am - 12:00 pm

North Deer Island has 1.7 miles of protected shoreline which supports nesting habitat for the threatened Reddish Egret and 16 other bird species. This rookery is located in Galveston Bay between Tiki Island and West Galveston. There are over 12,000 nesting pairs of birds on North Deer Island and the small surrounding islands. Of that total, approximately 40% of all the Brown Pelicans on the Texas coast nest there. The second part of this trip is into Offatts Bayou which…

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