Coastal Bend Bays & Estuaries Program is dedicated to protecting and restoring the health and productivity of the bays and estuaries in the Texas Coastal Bend, while supporting continued economic growth and public use of the bays. We work with local governments, conservation groups, teachers, students and the public to raise awareness of our natural surroundings through research, restoration and recreation projects, and environmental education. The health, beauty, and bounty of our bays and estuaries are essential for continued enjoyment of both people and wildlife.
We are so excited to see the Animal Rehabilitation Keep (ARK) at UT Marine Science Institute back up and running! ... See MoreSee Less
Here’s #BarnacleBill eating some fish! Thanks to the Coastal Bend Bays & Estuaries Program for buying a months worth food for our turtles and birds. The animals LOVE it!!! Thanks #CBBEP!
Interested in utilizing wastewater to create something great?Coastal Bend Bays & Estuaries Program is teaming up with Alan Plummer Associates, Inc. and Texas A&M University - Kingsville Institute for Sustainable Energy and the Environment to host a Constructed Wetlands Workshop - Register now at the following link: www.cbbep.org/specialprojects/constructed-wetlands-workshop/ ... See MoreSee Less
There is a lot going on at the Port of Corpus Christi these days, if you missed the State of the Port luncheon, this is a great opportunity to catch up on the latest! ... See MoreSee Less
CIF - State of the Port
January 8, 2018, 5:30pm - January 8, 2018, 7:00pm
Ms. Sarah Garza will be making a presentation on the “State of the Port”. This presentation will include an update on the current activities, projects and customers in the Port, as well as an ove...
Another day at the office for CBBEP Coastal Bird Program's Stephanie Bilodeau, who while out on the Lower Laguna Madre yesterday trying to ready the rookery islands for nesting season, recovered 22 cold-stunned sea turtles to take to Sea Turtle, Inc in South Padre Island. With temperatures on the rise, hopefully this is the last boat full of turtles she will have to bring in, thanks Stephanie for keeping eye out down there! ... See MoreSee Less