Galveston Island and the the surrounding marshland and bayous hold thousands of migratory birds, representing hundreds of species. In the winter, birds from the northern hemisphere migrate to the area, and in the summer - birds from the southern hemisphere migrate to the area. Birds of prey, including the Osprey, shorebirds, waders, ducks, geese, snipe, curlew, egrets, ibis, spoonbills, to mention a few.
I'm in the marshes and bayous everyday and can bring you to them so you can get up close to see and photograph.
My boat is quite and shallow drafting. I can get you to areas where the birds are without disturbing the wildlife so you can get the picture you want.