2020 Grand Prize and Week Four First Place by Anthony Louviere in Galveston, TX.
2020 Week Four Second Place by Gary Seloff at Bolivar Flats, Galveston County
2020 Week Four Third Place by Barry Hatch at Lafitte’s Cove in Galveston.
2020 Week Three First Place by Scott Meyer at the Mosquito Fleet Docks, Galveston.
2020 Week Three Second Place by Anthony Louviere in Galveston, TX.
2020 Week Three Third Place by Rose Pool at Anahuac Wildlife Refuge.
2020 Week Three Honorable Mention by Deborah Repasz at the Texas City Dike.
2020 Week Two First Place by Carlos Guzman at East End Lagoon Nature Preserve.
2020 Week Two Second Place by Lynne Hughes in Sante Fe, TX.
2020 Week Two Third Place by Deborah Repasz at Resolft Park, Alvin, TX.
2020 Week Two Honorable Mention by Gary Seloff at Brazoria National Wildlife Refuge.
2020 Week One First Place by Lynne Hughes on Galveston Island.
2020 Week One Second Place by Gary Seloff at Horsepen Bayou, Harris County.
Remembering the Eskimo Curlew Writing and Art Contest
Brianna Bohnert, Grade 3 “Eskimo Curlew”
Maris Mixon, Grade 3 “Curlew in the Reeds”
Elyse Ehrich, Grade 5 “Nest with Eggs”
Khaden Cancilla, Grade 8 “I am Here”
Jemma Reue, Grade 1 “Wings Over the Rainbow”
Izzy Obert, Grade 7 “Eskimo Curlews”
Abby Obert, Grade 7 “Eskimo Curlews”
Molly Carnes, Grade 6 “Eskimo Curlew”
Izzi Porcelle, Grade 6 “Bird With No Feathers”
Talon Guttierrez, Grade 4 “The Dodo and the Eskimo Curlew”
MC Parker, Grade 6 “The Curlew”
Geovanna Gomez, Grade 8 “Eskimo Curlew at Galveston”
Amy Lindblom, Grade 6 “A Proud Eskimo Curlew”
What Greg Miller says about birding Galveston!
Birding Galveston Island
Galveston Island is one of the top locations in the country for birding. The island has a rich variety of natural habitats within its 32 miles. The beaches, wetlands, grasslands, woods, ponds, and bays are home to many common year-round bird species, as well as numerous others that visit briefly or for part of the year. The area is truly one of the best places in the country to bird because the Texas coast is on the Central Flyway, a broad, hourglass-shaped migratory flight path that extends from...