Tag: Bald Eagles

Nassawango Creek Serenity

We kayak Nassawango Creek near Snow Hill frequently by launching at Byrd Park in Snow Hill. Paddling two miles downstream on the Pocomoke River brings one to Nassawango Creek on the right. This is always a delightful excursion. An optional launch we chose in the fall of 2021 […]

Tuckahoe Creek Changing Scenery

Tuckahoe Creek downstream from Hillsboro MD is an easy paddle with changing scenery and much to explore. In August 2021 we started downstream finding some interesting changes. A number of larger trees have fallen into the river and many of the small islands appear to be overrun with […]

Kayaking & Birding

We kayak primarily to enjoy the beautiful natural settings available to us on the DELMARVA Peninsula. Birds are a big part of that experience and our kayaking speed is best described as bird watching optimal. We are never in a hurry to get anywhere unless a storm is […]

Moses and the Monster on Broad Creek

Broad Creek is one of our go to kayaking locations but what a treat to be invited on the inaugural history kayak trip sponsored by Delmarva Birding Weekends, Harriet Tubman Tours and Quest Kayaks; “Moses and the Monster“. This is a wonderful opportunity for those without their own […]

Tizzard Island – 2020

Located between Johnson Bay and Brockatonorton Bay, Tizzard Island offers excellent paddling choices, nice sandy beaches and birds. The closest put in is at the Taylor’s Landing Boat Ramp near Girdletree, MD. We kayak more from this location than any other. The options are varied; kayak to and […]

Wye East River-Wildlife

One of our go to paddling locations the Wye East River continues to amaze us every trip with an abundance of wildlife. Check our Blog Index for previous posts describing paddling the Wye East River. From our June 2020 paddle enjoy the wildlife photos. Directions to Wye Public […]

Wetipquin Creek

Sunday, July 29, 2018 found us paddling a new (for us) kayaking destination:  Wetipquin Creek.  Southwest of Salisbury, Maryland, Wetipquin Creek meanders through marshland and hardwood forests before flowing into the Nanticoke River near Fishing Bay.  Wetipquin Park features a nice launch area including a helpful sign pointing out […]

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