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For the Birds: Avian Ecologist Dr. Dale Gawlik Brings Everglades Conservation Experience to ‘Birdiest’ City

It’s no secret we love our birds in South Texas. Corpus Christi has been known as “America’s Birdiest City” for more than a decade. These birds live in a coastal environment shaped by humans — fishing boats zip past mangroves full of roosting herons, waterfowl nest on islands created by the dredging of ship channels, and our beaches are crowded with happy vacationers racing into the water alongside wading birds.
CORPUS CHRISTI, TX
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Spooked coyote got stranded on a rock in Port Aransas ship channel

Richard Gleason, the animal control officer for Port Aransas, had an unusual Tuesday morning helping a spooked coyote. The animal was on a rock in the ship channel in Port Aransas. Gleason tells MySA the crowd of people taking pictures and videos of him kept the coyote from jumping off the rock and back into the ocean.
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FREE Microchipping for Dogs

Appointments are required. Please call 361-777-4444. You must be a Portland resident and able to show proof of rabies vaccination for your dog(s). Portland's Animal Care Services team is hosting a microchipping event for Portland dogs! Appointments are required. Please call 361-777-4444. You must be a Portland resident and able to show proof of rabies vaccination for your dog(s).
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Two cold-stunned turtles rescued from local waters

CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas — The first two cold-stunned turtles of the season were found this morning by the Texas Sealife Center. One of the turtles was found near Packery Channel's County Park beach and the other was found near the Red Dot Pier, according to Amanda Terry, Director of Wildlife Rehabilitation at the Texas Sealife Center.
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Spooked coyote got stranded on a rock in Port Aransas ship channel

Richard Gleason, the animal control officer for Port Aransas, had an unusual Tuesday morning helping a spooked coyote. The animal was on a rock in the ship channel in Port Aransas. Gleason tells MySA the crowd of people taking pictures and videos of him kept the coyote from jumping off the rock and back into the ocean.
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