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Come worship as the sun rises on the beach. This event is open to all.
Come out to Delaware's most popular birding spot, located near Dover.
Search for migratory shorebirds, wading birds and waterfowl along Slaughter Beach, Delaware, and learn about the connection between horseshoe crabs and shorebirds at the DuPont Nature Center. This is one of our best spots for an early migrating red knot!
The 19th Annual Delmarva Birding Weekend celebrates the spring migration of thousands of warblers, shorebirds, waterfowl and raptors. The Weekend combines boat trips, paddling treks, and expeditions by foot, and will be held April 24-27, 2014.
Paddle the winding salt marsh trails of Rehoboth Bay in Fenwick, Delaware, searching for elusive rails, and witness an abundance of shorebirds, wading birds, and osprey. Must be 13 years old to participate.
The 12,000 acres of Redden State Forest near Georgetown, Delaware, offer some of the best habitat for breeding forest birds, including red-headed woodpecker, summer tanager, yellow-throated, hooded and Kentucky warbler and yellow-throated vireo. The trip will involve some easy walking, and car caravans between major stops.
Entertainment by Dave Hawkins 6-10pm Complimentary Hors D'Oeuvres at the Tiki Bar!
Search for seaside sparrows, rails and marsh wrens while paddling Scarboro Creek in the 2,630-acre E.A. Vaughn Wildlife Management Area near Girdletree, Maryland. The salt marshes surrounding Scarboro Creek are part of the Maryland Coastal Bays Important Bird Area designated by the Audubon Society. After the paddle, head to Burley Oak Brewing Company in Berlin, Maryland, for the Friday Night Tally Rally at 5:00 pm.
Paddle on a guided tour through the salt marshes of Ayers and Trappe Creeks near Berlin, Maryland. Enjoy the show as dozens of species settle in for their nightly roost. You are likely to see bald eagle, osprey, heron, egrets, hawks and gulls. Join us for a post paddle bonfire and enjoy conversation and s'mores. This smooth water paddle is appropriate for all levels.