Coastal Bend Bays & Estuaries Program is dedicated to protecting, researching and restoring the bays and estuaries in the 12-county region of the Texas Coastal Bend. A part of the National Estuary Program, 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. The bays and estuaries of the Texas Coastal Bend are havens for human recreation, wildlife habitats and serve as an economic engine. Their continued health, beauty and bounty are essential for continued enjoyment of both people and wildlife.
JOIN US at Kaufer-Hubert Memorial Park in Rivera, TX, to hear about the latest Baffin Bay Study findings, next steps, and how YOU can help build 'a Better Baffin Bay’ ... See MoreSee Less
Baffin Bay Study Public Meeting
August 8, 2017, 5:30pm - August 8, 2017, 7:30pm
JOIN US at Kaufer-Hubert Memorial Park in Rivera, TX, to hear about the latest Baffin Bay Study findings, next steps, and how YOU can help build 'a Better Baffin Bay’
It's a great day to get a new building for our Delta Discovery environmental education program at the Coastal Bend Bays & Estuaries Program - Nueces Delta Preserve. A HUGE thanks to Fulton Construction for donating the building that will provide much appreciated indoor classroom and office space! If you are interested in visiting the preserve or participating in one of our programs check out www.nuecesdeltapreserve.org for upcoming Nature Story Times, Family Picnic Days, Teacher Workshops, and field trips! #cbbep #environmentaleducation ... See MoreSee Less
Thank you Celanese Corporation for you continued support of water quality monitoring efforts in Baffin Bay! This is not the first, but the second $150,000, three year commitment from Celanese, and will allow us to continue working with citizen scientist and our partners at Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi to address water quality concerns and ensure we all keep catching the big trout! ... See MoreSee Less
Sometimes a day in the field turns into an unexpected wildlife rescue mission! CBBEP biologist, Stephanie Bilodeau, recently found this injured Crested Caracara and transported it to a local wildlif...