History of Abandoned Crab Trap Removal Program

Sab RatIn 2017 San Antonio Bay Partnership began participating Texas Parks and Wildlife Abandoned Crab Trap Removal Program to help clean the bays of abandoned crab traps. Now, SABP organizes the efforts in and around the Espiritu Santo Bay and San Antonio Bay and we work with partnering organizations to clean up surrounding bays including:

Read about the Removal Program’s past success!

2020 Abandoned Crab Trap Removal Program – Collector Data Analysis 2020-05-03

2020 Abandoned Crab Trap Removal Program Report

2020 Crab Trap Clean Up video by Kimber De Salvo, Texas Sea Grant College Program

2020 Victoria Advocate video Cleaning the Coast by Kali Venable

2019 Crab Trap Video 

2019 Crab Trap Clean Up Report

2019-02-26 Victoria Advocate article

2018-03-15 Dolphin Talk article

2017 Crab Trap Report

Many, many thanks to all of those who came out to help. It’s a dirty job and we’re so thankful that so many folks want to help!

TO HELP: If you would like to join us this coming February to make our Texas Bays cleaner and healthier for humans & the animals which live and reproduce in this important estuary system, contact Allan Berger allanrberger@outlook.com   713-825-1929


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