Evidence of Kemp's Ridley Sea Turtle Nesting at Chandeleur Island
This sighting marked the first time in 75 years that Kemp’s ridley sea turtle nests had been found on the islands. Read more.
Deepwater Horizon Trustees Publish Annual Project Reports
Annual reports for 279 projects, plans and activities show exciting progress in Gulf of Mexico restoration! Read more
Pilot Town Parcel Added to Bon Secour National Wildlife Refuge
99-acre coastal property adds valuable bird habitat to an important Gulf coast migratory bird stopover. Read more.
Restoration of North Breton Island Underway
This critical project is adding 400 acres of barrier island wildlife habitat to one of the largest brown pelicans rookeries in the Gulf of Mexico. Read more.
Bird Monitoring in Alabama
"Birds of a feather are being tagged together" to help us understand wading bird ranges and habitats and improve our restoration work. Read more
Shorebird Survey Underway at St. Vincent NWR
A shorebird survey on St. Vincent Island will reveal the benefits of USDA predator control work. Read more
A Crayfish is Coming to a New Park in Lynn Haven, Fla!
A new public park located along the shore of North Bay and McKitchen’s Bayou in Lynn Haven, Florida, will not only provide public access to waterways and recreational facilities, it will also protect rapidly disappearing habitat for the at-risk Panama City Crayfish.
Deepwater Horizon NRDAR Funds New Living Shoreline at Fish and Wildlife Refuge
The project is designed to restore a minimum of 2,200 feet of eroded shoreline in the Bon Secour National Wildlife Refuge.
Brown Pelicans' Survival Boosted by Queen Bess Island NRDA Restoration Project
It may not be widely known that Louisiana, the Pelican State, has lost all of its namesake brown pelicans for almost a decade. Now, the pelicans' future is looking brighter.
Settlement-Funded Ferries Highlight the Wonders of Pensacola Bay
The Pensacola ferries sail to Gulf Islands National Seashore beaches, historic Fort Pickens and provide a much quicker route than via auto.