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Bird Watching at the Living Coast

Go Birding with the experts at the Living Coast Bird Walks are included with your admission to the Living Coast and happen every Sunday at 11:45 a.m. and on the occasional Saturday. Bird Walks begin at the umbrellas at the entrance to the Living Coast Discovery Center and take place on some of the many trails managed by the US Fish and Wildlife Service.
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Eagle Scout Projects at the Living Coast

We love Eagle Scout projects at the Living Coast!   You might remember our article about Troop 801 solving a prickly situation with our Shaw’s Agave cactus. This time, Saul De Los Santos from Troop 1194 helped us build planter/barriers that are as beautiful as they are practical. This was Saul’s Eagle Scout Service Project, which is the culmination of a scout’s leadership training.
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Wild Heron at the Living Coast Discovery Center

Yellow-crowned Night Heron Delights Staff and Guests Alike Located as we are on the Sweetwater Marsh National Wildlife Refuge, there are hundreds of wild animals to be seen. And birds of a feather, flock together! In this case, it’s shorebirds. One such animal is a wild Night Heron that is in a particularly interesting stage of development. Molting is to birds as Middle School
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We Love Our Volunteers!

This is a living blog about our great Living Coast Volunteers. We could truly not do what we do without them! If you’re inspired about any of the people you see here, why not join us? Here is a link to all you need to know about volunteering for the Living Coast Discovery Center. Thanks! We Love: Valeria and Tania Thanks to our special
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