Firebird: Protecting marsh birds through fire management on the Gulf Coast

Peaking through coastal marsh grasses, a ruby red eye is barely discernible. Tucked into the heavy cover of the high marsh is a bird so elusive that researchers have dubbed it a “secretive marsh bird.” But the black rail is not only secretive, it’s rare. The species was federally listed as threatened in 2020.  This … Continue reading

Submit Abstracts by Aug 4 for AGU Session on Natural Resource Management in the Gulf

The NOAA RESTORE Science Program and Gulf of Mexico Alliance are co-hosting a session at the AGU Fall meeting focused on Natural Resource Management needs for a changing Gulf of Mexico. The AGU Fall Meeting unites more than 25,000 attendees from over 100 countries in the Earth and space sciences community to share their work and … Continue reading