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Birding
Seabrook is a bird sanctuary on one of the largest migratory paths in North America. With a diverse habitat of both fresh and salt marsh, bay shoreline, riparian and upland woodlands, over 300 species of birds have been identified. 

Some of the city’s parks make bird watching a treat, providing viewing platforms and water holes that attract osprey, waxwings, warblers, sandpipers, buntings and many migrant songbirds. 

Great Texas Coastal Birding Trail
Seabrook is on the Clear Lake Loop of the Great Texas Coastal Birding Trail and has four designated spots along Todville Road. Learn more about the Great Texas Coastal Birding Trail. 

Pelican Path
If you are looking for a fun activity for kids, you should check out the Seabrook Pelican Path. Statues of Seabrook’s mascot, the white pelican, can be found in stylized dress throughout the city. Take the challenge and try to spot them all. Learn more about Pelican Path. 

Public Works
2101 Humble Drive
Seabrook, TX 77586

Ph: (281) 474.3883
Ph: (281) 474.3286
Ph: (281) 291-5725
Fx: (281) 474.4802

Director
Kevin Padgett

City Engineer 
Brian Craig

Utilities Superintendent 
Ray Herrera

Street Superintendent
José Briones

Parks Superintendent 
Saul Garcia

For emergencies and after hours call (281) 291.5610
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