Sunday, April 29, 2007

Keeping an Eye To Our North

As you know most of the seismic survey work has been completed in the lower parts of the Laguna Madre within sight of Port Isabel, Laguna Vista, and South Padre Island. Most of the work is now further to the north, past the Cullen House, which is about Marker 113 on the Intracoastal Waterway (ICW). We are asking that people heading that way to be on the lookout for any signs of heavy oil and gas activities such as drill barges, material barges, jack-up rigs, dredges, and related heavy equipment. Not only is this area legendary for holding large redfish but is also in the general vicinity of the bird rookery islands and where over 40 stranded turtles were found in the January winter storm. Please bring a camera and binoculars and record positions to the closest ICW marker. We appreciate having any information from this more remote area and thank you for your assistance in this matter. If suspicious activity is seen please call:

Sam Wells 956-772-1470
Nicki Cone - 956-943-7976
Ann Smith 956-772-1948

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