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Constellations of the Costal Bend

We went to the Corpus Christi Museum of Science and History and had a wonderful time!

Port Aransas Jetties

Port Arnansas Jetties

Lunch with a Butterfly

All of Team El Lockett came out for the Coastal: Habitat Exploration-Nueces Delta Preserve Challenge.

Aransas National Wildlife Refuge Challenge

We actually completed another challenge! Whoop Whoop, Team Gilmore :)

From Nature to History at the Fulton Mansion

Our Coastal Challenge at the Fulton Mansion State Historic Site and Harriet's Garden.

Create your own challenge- Memorial Park in Rockport, TX

Animal Scavenger Hunt at Memorial Park in Rockport TX

Star Gazing in the Coastal Bend

Coastal Challenge: Constellations of the Coastal Bend- Corpus Christi Museum of Science and History

Bronze Sea Otters & Concrete Whales

Our Coastal Challenge at the Texas State Aquarium was fun, but it had me thinking about conservation when I saw the bronze statue of the two otters and the concrete whale submerged in the sidewalk.

Coastal: Bird Scavenger Hunt and Birding Activity--John E. Conner Museum and My Backyard

Scavenger Hunt Challenge at the John E. Conner Museum in Kingsville & identifying birds in my own backyard. This was a fun challenge!

Coastal: The Shape of Things-Urban Xeriscape Garden

Entering the Urban Xeriscape Garden I saw plants I'd seen at other challenges. Though the mosquitos were out and my allergies were annoying me, I got to have a good time at this unusually placed garden.

Coastal Bend-Create Your Own Challenge

During this summer we didn't get to go to the beach very much & when we started getting involved in the challenges, I was sure we were going to go to a beach for the challenge & maybe get in the water. That didn't happen because of Red Tide & the culprit came up in the news & at a few of the challenge locations. I wanted to write a letter to students entering college asking them to consider focusing their work on Marine Biology & more importantly Red Tide. Maybe one day they will find a solution.