This survey helps to create a baseline for future research endeavors in the Grand Bay NERR/NWR vicinity associated with moths. Currently, a transect is walked three to four mornings a week beneath external building lights at the Grand Bay Coastal Resources Center.
Saturday, June 15th from 8am to 10:30am– Capture the Natural World in the NANPA’s 8th Annual Nature Photography Day. Grab a camera, phone, tablet, or mobile device and Capture the Natural World during Nature Photography Day.
The Grand Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve and the Mississippi Department of Marine Resources are looking for a GIS Coordinator to join our team, here, at the Reserve!
Highlights for this week include: Bald Eagle, Eastern Mud Turtle, Fox Squirrel, and Swallow-tailed Kite. Click to see all of this week’s sightings!
Highlights from this week include: five recaptured Box Turtles and a Speckled Kingsnake. Click to see all of this week’s sightings!
Highlights for this week include: two juvenile Fox Squirrels, Green Treefrog, and a West Indian Manatee reported to us by fan on Facebook. Click to see all of this week’s sightings!
The Grand Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve, established in 1999, is managed through a unique local, state and federal partnership designed to promote estuarine research and education within Mississippi's Coastal Zone and its adjacent ecosystems.
The Grand Bay NERR boundaries encompass some 18,400 acres, situated in extreme southeast Jackson County, MS.
We have dormitories available for visiting professionals and graduate students.