Nature Notes is a weekly article written by GCBO staff members and volunteers. Articles are written about interesting stories, fascinating species, and other environmental topics. All of our authors are avid birders, so you can expect to read a lot of bird-related Nature Notes! In these articles you can read about everything from sea foam to turkeys to the science of migration. We write about anything that we find fun and interesting, so Nature Notes are always entertaining!
These articles are published in many local papers all along the coast of Texas, bringing GCBO’s passion for nature and wildlife to audiences that might not normally be exposed to it. Our mission with these writings is to educate the public about the wonders and issues going on in our environment and to get people thinking about natural world around them!
If your publication is interested in Nature Notes, please contact education and outreach manager Celeste Silling at email@example.com or call our office at 979-480-0999.
To read our previously published articles, click on the links below.
The Curious Case of the Puffin Face by Morgan Barnes, February 15 2020
Why No Birds? by Martin Hagne, February 8 2020
Birds in Love by Celeste Silling, February 1 2020
Purple Martins by Sue Heath, January 25 2020
Longnose Spider Crabs by Taylor Bennett, January 18 2020
Why Count Birds? by Martin Hagne, January 11 2020
White Nose Syndrome by Celeste Silling, January 4 2020
Support the Birds This Christmas by Sue Heath, Dec 28 2019
Sanderlings by Taylor Bennett, Dec 21 2019
The Biology of Migration by Celeste Silling, Dec 14 2019
How Birds Flock by Celeste Silling, Dec 7 2019
Turkey For Thanksgiving by Sue Heath, Nov 30 2019
The Mighty Red Knot by Taylor Bennett, Nov 23 2019
Vultures: Nature’s Cleanup Crew by Martin Hagne, Nov 16 2019
How Owls Hunt by Celeste Silling, Nov 9, 2019
Sinkholes by Heather Hill, Nov 2, 2019
Blackbird or Black Bird? by Sue Heath, Oct 26 2019
Native Plants by Chris Kneupper Oct 19 2019
Wrack by Taylor Bennett, Oct 12 2019
Smith Point Hawk Watch by Sue Heath, Sept 28 2019
Nature’s Echo by Martin Hagne, Sept 21 2019
Black Skimmers by Taylor Bennett, Sept 7 2019