On January 28th, 2018 we successfully spotted a Snowy Owl in the dunes at Cape Henlopen State Park. While on a birding cruise out of Lewes, DE with DELMARVA Birding Weekend the crew pointed out this Snowy Owl as we cruised along the shoreline. An unexpected surprise. Along […]
A nature lover who kayaks to explore the places others never see. After using books, web sites etc. to find kayaking locations it's time to share our information with others. Enjoy your time on the water!
From Bay Journal. Just for fun. A bunch of dates to celebrate in 2018. Celebrate the Chesapeake year-round! Get out your 2018 calendar and save these dates that mark activities and resources to help you get the most out of living near the Bay. January 5: National […]
Access to Fisherman’s Island, the southern most Virginia Barrier Island, is restricted most of the year due to nesting birds. With reservations, one can join Wildlife Refuge volunteers on guided hikes Saturdays October until March. Information is available on Fisherman Island Wildlife Refuge website. Our small group […]
Not every year does the Delaware Bay develop ice, but the winter of 2017-18 brought ice to the Bay. On January 9th, we drove to Lewes, Delaware for an ice viewing before the weather warmed and the ice disappeared. We were not disappointed. From the Fishing Pier at […]
Kayaking Delmarva is on a quest: observing a Snowy Owl here in Delaware. Other Delaware bird lovers such as Linda Lewis have already tracked down the elusive beast. Alas, our first attempt was not successful. Back in May of 2017 our appetite was whetted when a Great Horned […]
In late October the wind and surf turned a simple walk on the beach at Rehoboth Beach, DE, into an hour spent viewing wave patterns. With a heavy surf the wind gusts blew water off the crashing waves displaying beautiful streams of mist as they crashed into the […]
In the area of Wye Island, MD most paddlers opt for paddling around and near the island. Those who take the opportunity to paddle the East Wye River are in for a treat. There is very little boat traffic on the East Wye, and only a few homes. […]